11 gauge stainless would probably make a nice wood stove or a countertop, or a removeable / attachable food tray for the cockpit. I would weld some stainlesswww_m_j_malone
I've got a bunch of extra 11 gauge stainless sheet. I bought a bunch from a local guy for cheap. Any ideas for uses? I made my cockpit coaming from stainless.smallboatvoyaguer
I just measure up from the cabin top, to match the camber to that on the cabin top. Then I spring battens , while checking it from the bow, to make sure therebrentswain38
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