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Old 10 March 2015, 11:03   #11
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Originally Posted by Bigtalljv View Post
oohh ooohh ooohh pick me! pick me! I've done that!
Dammit, Jason, now I've got to change my shirt, as I just spit coffee all over.


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Old 11 March 2015, 09:31   #12
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all the advice given is spot on. the transome repair or plug does not need to be load bearing but i would recommend using a composite to fill the hole not plywood. i use coosaboard to fill mine and stack laminate to get the original thickness the add 2 layers of mat 1708 to fill then fair it down and coat in 2000e to protect from water intrusion. Hope this helps. PM me if you have specific questions.

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