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Jim, I have used those cups from the beginning. They are dirt cheap. I usually pick a ridge i want to fill to and mark all the cups I need for that mix with a sharpie so I don't make a mistake in measuring.
- Sun Feb 03, 2019 7:50 am
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- Topic: side planking width
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Bruce: I believe fiberglass over the ply doesn't add strength, just abrasion resistance. If the plans call for 3/8 ply, that is probably what you should use. There are methods for bending like wetting or steaming that are helpful.
It is amazing how many things still show through the fiberglass and epoxy. I faired most before glassing, but found areas that needed to be faired after, no biggie. As long as it is all faired before paint. Yes, skeg and spray rail after glass. These are more prone to damage and needing to be replac...
Has anyone used these to hold down their fuel tank? moe-300110_large__28983.1469113659.190.285.jpg www.wholesalemarine.com/moeller-marine-tank-cradle-hold-down-kit.html I originally ordered MOE-035710_lg__15358.1469113011.1280.1280.jpg www.wholesalemarine.com/moeller-marine-hold-down-kit-for-below-d...
How do you plan to hold down your tank? I was planning on using the aluminum brackets from Moeller. They make it hard to get the tank as far forward as yours. Also, it looks like you didn't leave any room for expansion. From side to side you might get as much as an inch. forward to back a little les...