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Old 08 October 2017, 11:09   #1
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Hello, I need to replace the deck on my Pac 22 before I break a leg! Does anyone know the plywood thickness ? Thanks
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Hello, I need to replace the deck on my Pac 22 before I break a leg! Does anyone know the plywood thickness ? Thanks


If you search back far enough then Pete7 did a massive refurb on one with the obligatory thread including pics of the deck when cut away (for new tanks?) and I suspect it will say there...
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Thanks Poly, I'll try and find it! New to forums and Rib net. Cheers Phil
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12mm std,, I re Do them in 18. Personally. Mod change them regularly leisure use we don't

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Thanks Nugent, very helpful. Do you replace these for a living? As I have family in Bromsgrove
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It's become a serious hobby more than anything
Indie start up a business but it's differed more to specialist painting than boat building
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Ok, thought I'd ask... The bones of my Pac look a bit daunting at the moment! Thanks for the advice though
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Hello, I need to replace the deck on my Pac 22 before I break a leg! Does anyone know the plywood thickness ? Thanks
It's made from 9mm ply however from the forward end of the engine compartment, there are a series of doublers which make the thickness 18mm.

On the photo's there is a tripler just forward of the white access hatch. This isn't original but covers a hole I made with my foot.

One of the key things is to make sure the deck is firmly screwed down. I think you'll find many of the screws have sheared which makes the deck more flexible.

Whilst 9mm may sound thin, the arrangement of the stringers and frames mean that the spans aren't that great and 9mm is OK.

There are a variety of ways to get the old deck up and I found it was a useful way of procuring larger and more violent demolition tools.

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Hello Guyc, thanks ever so much for you're post. Very helpful. I don't know if you do or any of the other really helpful people who've answered have a template for the pieces needed ? Or where I could find one ? Thanks tiree
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I don't have any templates but the stringers and frames are at combinations of 8' and 4' so laying out the ply is reasonably straightforward.

I'm placing the sheets on the boat, drawing round the edge and then trimming to suit.
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