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Old 19 October 2012, 21:17   #11
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No, i not doing it any differently now. I had started over there and then decided that approach was nuts. What you see now is the final repair. I just have to glue back down the seam back there.

I thought about cutting it too so perhaps I will give that some more thought. I have enough fabric to do that, I just don't have a piece big enough to rebuild the whole curved piece again. It's on the outside bottom of the bow. It's not a wear area but it's possible water might get in there.


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Old 19 October 2012, 22:38   #12
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Personally, I'd just caulk the edge. Prevents any lifting (at least til the caulk fails.)


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