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Subject: Cockpit Locker Lids

Peter Burton
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Date Posted: 28/02/06 19:51:30

The craftmen built wooden locker lids on DRY FLY (T500 built 1980) are now in a state of delapidation despite many years of devoted care and lashings of epoxy resin. They are built of tongue and groove hardwood half-lapped onto a three-sided frame, with TrackMark covering. What suggestions have you for replacement? Tongue and grooved hardwood again ? marine ply? GRP?

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Re: Cockpit Locker Lidsbrian henry 1/03/06 7:42:08
Re: Cockpit Locker LidsPeter Burton 7/03/06 0:22:21

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