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26504Re: teal

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  • alaskamaz <mzeiger@hotmail.com>
    Feb 14, 2003
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      My advice is don't do it! If I remember correctly, I tried that on my
      Teal, and it was very difficult, and possibly a disaster (funny, as
      time passes, the horror fades). The doubling's a little harder to keep
      going as you put it on, but much less wear and tear on the builder,
      and waste of wood.

      Mark Zeiger
      Juneau, Alaska

      --- In bolger@yahoogroups.com, "Bruce Hallman <brucehallman@y...>"
      <brucehallman@y...> wrote:
      > --- "Ken Kongslie" <ken@k...> wrote:
      > > would it be ok to use a single
      > > 1 x 4 fir vert. grain chine instead of two
      > > 1/2 x 3's?
      > > ken
      >
      > I might not understand your question
      > but my free opinion would be:
      >
      > Yes, but good luck getting
      > it to bend. I am guessing
      > that the doubled 1/2 inch
      > is for the purpose of making
      > the wood bend easier.
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