WILDCAT SPORT 22'  Plywood

WILDCAT SPORT 22'  See instructions for options and methods for joining shorter members.  

ITEM  SIZE  QUANTITY  
LUMBER:  
Framing 
11/4" x 7" OR 2" x 8" 1" x 6" 1" x 5" 1" x 4" 1" NET x 5" 
48' 20' 45' 90' 20' 

Frame cross beams  2" x 6" x 8'6"  5  
Frame cross beams  2" x 6" x 8'6"  5  
Transom beam 
1" NET x 7" x 9' 3/4" NET x 7" x 9' 
1 1 

Keels  2" x 4" x 15'  2  
Chine logs  3/4" NET x 13/4" x 20'  4  
Sheer clamps  1" NET x 2" x 22'  2  
Outer deck cleats  1" x 11/4" x 21'  2  
Inner deck cleats  1" x 11/4" x 19'  2  
Tunnel side clamps  3/4" NET x 1" x 23'  2  
Side battens  1" x 11/2" x 20'  2  
Spray rails  1" x 11/2" x 20'  4  
Sole clamps  1" x 11/4" x 16'  2  
Sole blocking  1" x 21/4" x 16'  2  
Deck battens  1" x 2" x 4'  2  
Web cleats  1" x 1" MIN.  200' 
PLYWOOD:  
ITEM  SIZE  QUAN.  MIN. GRADE 

Transom  3/4" x2' x 8'  1  AB EXT 
Aft cockpit bulkhead  3/4" x 3' x 8'  1  AB MAR 
Frames #1 thru #5  1/2" x 4' x 8'  2  AB EXT 
Frames #6 & #7  1/2" x 4' x 8'  2  AB MAR 
Stems/breastplates  3/4" x 4' x 8'  3  AB EXT 
Bottom planking  1/2" x 4' x 20' (*)  1  AB EXT 
Tunnel planking  3/8" x 4' x 8'  3  AB MAR 
Tunnel side planking  3/8" x 4' x 24' (*)  1  AB EXT 
Tunnel side clamps  3/4" x 23/4" MIN. x 23' (*)  2  AB EXT 
Side planking  3/8" x 4' x 24' (*)  2  AB EXT 
Decking 
3/8" x 4' x 10' (*) 3/8" x 4' x 8' 
1 3 
AB EXT AB EXT 
Webs  1/4" x 4' x 8'  3  AB EXT 
Dive step  5/8" x 2' x 6'  1  AB EXT 
Cockpit sole  1/2" x 4' x 8'  4  AB EXT 
Cockpit siding  1/4" x 4' x 8'  3  AB EXT 
Seat/step bulkhead  3/8" x 4' x 8'  1  AB EXT 
Motor wells tray  5/8" x 2' x 8'  1  AB EXT 
Transom gusset/siding  3/4" x 4' x 4'  1  AB EXT 
(*) See layouts. Full length panels can be made from shorter butt or scarfjoined panels to the noted length overall.  
FASTENINGS:
Adhesives: Epoxy adhesives are advised throughout the construction. These may be an epoxy adhesive or epoxy resin. Epoxy resins should be used with thickeners (silica or equal) per the instructions with the resin and/or thickening agent. Due to the noted options, the amount required is difficult to estimate. Start with a gallon container of epoxy and after use you will be better able to estimate the total amount required. 