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Subject: Re: Bulkhead Door Plastic

Anders Nilsson
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Date Posted: 29/04/06 1:27:03
In reply to: Neil 's message, "Bulkhead Door Plastic" on 28/04/06 16:15:40

Why glue the ugly black plastic back. Try teak veneer instead, i did and that makes a difference. Just soak the corner pieces in water and let them dry in a curved shape. Glue with a contact addesive and them trim the veneer over flow.
I'll update the Trapper improvement page http://web.telia.com/~u66006007/trapper/
with pics of it, cabin lockers and mahogany floor etc in the future. Please feel free to do your own contributions to the site. A pic says more than thousands words.
I'll guess I misspelled a lot but I'm a Swede and not used to speak english apart from my meetings with Brian Henry.


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Re: Bulkhead Door PlasticGraham H29/04/06 10:42:44
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