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Old 09 January 2013, 17:13   #1
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I am about to modify the console which I have. I am wondering what weight of CSM I sould use and how many layers are required?
I will be modifing under the seat and the front of the console

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Old 10 January 2013, 16:30   #2
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you might take a look here, Bateau2 - Builder Forums • View forum - Boat Repair and Rebuild Support It's a US based forum (and supplier) for fiberglass boat building and repair. They have some pretty knowledgeable people and are very helpful with questions like yours.

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I am about to modify the console which I have. I am wondering what weight of CSM I sould use and how many layers are required?
I will be modifing under the seat and the front of the console

tsm
Any pics or a sketch so we can see what you're doing ?

Have a word with IanM He's made plenty of dust modifying a console
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