I have a Valley Aquanaut without the foot pegs installed and am in the process of building out foam blocks cut to fit against the glass bulkhead to create my footrest. My question is what do people suggest for type of contact the foot should have on the foam when seated.
- Ball of a barefoot resting on the hull floor and the foot needs to be arched foward for the toes and ball of the foot to make contact with the foam?
- Barefoot resting on hull and foot needs to be partially arched foward to make contact, but is off the foam when the toes are straight up?
- The entire sole of the barefoot is flat on the foam from heel to toe when the leg is laying flat on the hull?
Second do you recommend just placing the foam in with a force/friction fit only if it goes in tight or glue it onto the bulkhead as well. Is there any pro/con for glueing. Not glueing obviously gives one easier options down the line.