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Old 11 March 2015, 11:55   #11
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Old 11 March 2015, 11:58   #12
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Old 11 March 2015, 15:39   #13
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Wow! How thick is the ply?

And how hard is it to install? The factory floor stringers actually "stretch" the material slightly...they're in a pain in the butt to install. Same goes for the bow board...you have to teepee the floor, and press down to stretch the material bow-to-stern.
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My floor is 1/2" or 5/8" ply. I don't know if I would have used ply that thin, but it does seem to be plenty sturdy as is. The holes are to access the underside and are covered using the plugs that came from drilling them. It appears to be undersized as it does not stretch the bottom. It seems to work. I can haul dive gear for 4 people, 2 tanks each. I have a 115 2 stroke so any inefficiency caused by the floor is overcome by force
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