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Old 19 February 2010, 04:08   #1
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Pacific re-decking.

I`m in the process of re-decking the foredeck and under-consol areas of my Pacific. I was wondering if anybody knew where I could source the adhesive foam tape that had been used previously to seal between the original plywood deck and the under deack bearers?
It looks like foam neoprene but any advice would be welcome. I had considered Sikkaflex but thought the tape option would be less messy.
The new deck board are epoxy coated btw.
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Old 19 February 2010, 06:51   #2
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My guess its a 3M product. automotive product.Regards Peter
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Old 19 February 2010, 08:53   #3
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Old 19 February 2010, 09:05   #4
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Speak to Pete7 - he re decked Old Spice.
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Old 19 February 2010, 11:19   #5
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I looked into it briefly for my Arctic but didn't get very far so just went with the sikkaflex.
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Old Spice had Sikaflex to hold the deck down. Not something you want coming loose at sea even if it does have dozens of screws holding it down.

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Think it will be a combination of self adhesive 3M strip, Sikkaflex and A4 stainless screws.
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This seller has loads of different widths and thicknesses of adhesive neoprene tape.
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Sikaflex

I re-decked one for a friend, and used sikaflex marine adhesive and stainless screws.

It aint going anywhere!
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