59163RE: [bolger] Re: Plywood 101
- Dec 4, 2008Both sides? I'm surprised, I've read in many books that wood even plywood
needs air to breathe thus one side only. Older books often refer to "paint
outside oil inside"
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Having worked a lot with ACX and boats, I strongly agree it needs
glassing of both sides.
A heavy boat is not all bad, because the increase in durability and
improvement to stability are good things.
One issue with a Teal, like all double ended boats, the 12 foot length
has the same carrying capacity as a 10 foot transom boat, or an 8 foot
On Thu, Dec 4, 2008 at 5:29 AM, Don Ellenbrook <dschurricanes@
<mailto:dschurricanes%40yahoo.com> yahoo.com> wrote:
> This might sound crazy but I have read on some sites about the ACX plywoodweights
> thing & they tell me to glass it all... now we have a 12 footer that
> a ton..I like mussing with boats painting & fixing things... to me its all[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> part of having a wood boat...Don
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