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Old 05 March 2012, 16:31   #1
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Ply floor thickness

Looking to make a 2 piece ply floor for my 3.4 sib.
Will 12 mm exterior ply (treated obviously) be suitable or should I opt for the next thickness is 18mm. This will be very heavy.
I can form my own stringers from 3mm stainless so this is no problem. Looking to make a H section to join the 2 panels width ways and U sections for the sides.
An suggestions.
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Old 05 March 2012, 16:37   #2
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Looking to make a 2 piece ply floor for my 3.4 sib.
Will 12 mm exterior ply (treated obviously) be suitable or should I opt for the next thickness is 18mm. This will be very heavy.
I can form my own stringers from 3mm stainless so this is no problem. Looking to make a H section to join the 2 panels width ways and U sections for the sides.
An suggestions.
12mm 7ply marine

and flow coat it if u want nonslip mix dry sand in with flow coat
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