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Old 27 March 2013, 18:26   #11
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Pacific 22 Hull/Build number

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If you have the hull/build number it is likely we have the deck plan for it, including the original scope of supply.
The hull number is 8931. Any help would be great.....
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Old 27 March 2013, 18:40   #12
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Ian thank you for the information you have been a great help.
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Old 27 March 2013, 18:56   #13
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No problem mate, get it finished and enjoy.
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Here are a few photos, we have reconditioned quite alot P22's in the past. As I remember the construction was 1/2" and 3/8" marine ply. I think most of the panels may have been 3/8" but probably better to use 1/2" on it all.

Its easy to do, getting the old screws out of the sheets below the panels is the hardest job. They are brass and turn to cheese.

For the hardest ones we put a small hole saw over and cut the surrounding ply out . Sometimes we did this on lots of them.

Dont use cheaper WBP ply, only use marine ply. The WBP ply on the market these days will not last. I used it once and i regretted it shortly after.

Do prime all the panels on each side before screwing it down.

The smaller panels that go on to the deck beams should be fitted with a polysulphide sealant, this will always stay slightly tacky. This was mod standard.

The larger panels that go on top are fitted with foam tape so that they may be removed again. Around the outside few mm a small bead of sikaflex or other polyurethane mastic is applied.

The larger panels are fitted with countersunk screws in to half cup washers (this you will see on your boat at present) the panels below are fitted with countersunk screws in to the ply.

I enclose a few photos, sorry they are not that great but it should show you some of it.

We stopped doing P22's some time ago, but I am doing a P38 at present, ill try and get some photos up of that soon.

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Old 04 April 2013, 10:37   #15
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P38

Would be very interested to see some photos of the aforementioned P38!

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Nice one Tim some good information and photos there.
Thanks was a long time ago in a previous life. The deck was 9mm external ply but well coated with deck paint, although the aircraft stuff sounds good for the price. 9mm ply worked because the deck was supported around the endges and with 2 supports across the middle so didn't bend. If you replace the stern piece then I would go for 12mm or ali checker sheet instead.

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I have an ex MOD pacific 22 and am thinking of replacing the ply deck and installing a hatch forward and aft as well as raising the stern by about four inches. Does any body know what grade ply would be suitable to sheet the deck with and fibreglass over, or alternatively what grade ply to use to sheet the deck without fibreglassing over and what coating to seal it with afterwards. Could anybody suggest what type of hatches to use that are good but also affordable. Any help appreciated....
Martini's the Man...Seeing his Re-Build Thread should Help--ALOT!
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