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Old 09 November 2006, 01:34   #31
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steve, that looks sweet, would certainly finish off these ribs well. I like the fact you have raised the locker at the front to give more space.

How will you lay it up? glass, then ply on the main deck then more glass (assuming you will have ply in there?)?
Principally the floor unit will be constructed as a GRP/Balsacore/GRP sandwich Tim
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Are those raised deck mouldings either side of the sump well to be used as compartments? or just more transom strength?
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