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Old 17 August 2009, 05:04   #11
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that raised bit.... is infact 2 or 3 strips of marine ply. it is very very well stuck down. I would say it is not a small job to remove it. I used a chainsaw but i was not looking to keep the deck.

9inch grinder and keep a good grip on it best of luck.
use an electric planer ...cheap enough nowadys ....will give you a far better finish than a grinder and save you hours ...wear suitable protection and breathing safety wear though

if you do use a grinder use flexible sanding discs as grinding discs will leave unsightly gouge marks

been there and done it ...no big deal with a planer

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it have to be some mighty big raised section to get it in your mouth. :d

sorry it was sitting up and begging, i couldn't resist
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use an electric planer ...cheap enough nowadys ....will give you a far better finish than a grinder and save you hours ...wear suitable protection and breathing safety wear though

if you do use a grinder use flexible sanding discs as grinding discs will leave unsightly gouge marks

been there and done it ...no big deal with a planer

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I may just give that a go.
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