I would use the heat and bond. I've
had my boat for 4-5 years and the kevlar roving has stayed in place just
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Re: Messed up post, snowshoe 14 ft
Watching the Nimrod video is what helped throw me. Will follow your guys
Really enjoying the build. Adding the floor boards next, probably after
Thank you, appreciate Tahoe help.
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"ryanseo" <ryanseo@...> wrote:
>n bond should be enough. Hot glue will flat out with iron but it"ll
add extra steps and will get messy.. I won't use hot glue gun for my next
> One strand should be enough. I think it's five strand in one.
> I used hot glue gun because of the YouTube video. But I think heat
"larry_lough" <llough@> wrote:
> --- In
> >my paragraphs...will try to get this right.
> > Tried to add photos with message, but only left large gaps between
> > My main reason to send a post...as it comes off the spool, or make extra strands? Seems to have two main
strands on the spool. On some drawings it looks as like one is supposed
to comb out a number of strands. A little confused about this.
> > -Question... On this canoe, am I suppose to use the kevlar string
> > idea?
> > Also read where some people used hot glue for the kevlar...good/bad
> > Thanks for any help with this, first time on a blog. Sincerely
enjoying this whole process.
> > Larry