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Author Topic: Last piece of the puzzle (boat)  (Read 4593 times)

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Offline Taylyn it

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Re: Last piece of the puzzle (boat)
« Reply #30 on: Thu 22 Dec 09:58 2016 »
Sorry Dave, I don't know what I did with the photo, it's up now sorry for that,
was getting a bit late and I have been wrecked as we are getting a new floor
put down and it has not been fun or smooth sailing.

I am going with my trusted marine ply for the floor 12mm, I looked at a poly
made board but it was not strong enough and flexed at the spacings of the
framework, and I like a solid floor.

Cheers Jason

I put the pic here as well.
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    Re: Last piece of the puzzle (boat)
    « Reply #31 on: Thu 22 Dec 10:57 2016 »
    nice i got away with 9mm marine ply might be worth the saving

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    Re: Last piece of the puzzle (boat)
    « Reply #32 on: Thu 22 Dec 20:29 2016 »
    Might see if I have a piece lying around and check the flex over
    the span of my framework.

    Cheers Jason
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