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Update: Out on the water the plywood floorboard seems to push the floor air chambers down more than in my shop, so some space appeared, but even after adjusting my initial measurements to 93"x28" it's still really tight until you get into the water, unable to add foam bumpers on land. It seems possible, just concerned about putting too much pressure at the seam of the floor/sidewall air chambers...
Update: after my boat was inflated for a few days I was able to inflate it more and I'm starting to get measurements closer to yours. Also I found out the pump I bought was not strong enough so that's another reason the boat was not fully inflated. I'm still not at your full measurements but getting closer. I hope this helps the discussion...
Thanks syfrog! Is anyone else finding these measurements are too large? It seems like they will put a lot of pressure on the outer chambers. My measurements were more like 88" x 27 to 27.5". Comments? Experiences?(also, I'm modifying this design by adding two hinges and some tie-down slits so it will double as a roof rack carrier for the boat)
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