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Subject: Re: Coach roof Cracking


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nick
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Date Posted: 31/10/06 7:50:22
In reply to: johnt 's message, "Re: Coach roof Cracking" on 31/10/06 2:09:39

I must admit here to a lack of knowledge about construction.

When a balsa core is mentioned I imagined this to be placed between two sheets of fibreglass to provide a composite structure, presumably only in certain areas, like the deck.

I wouldn't expect there to be a continuous layer of balsa between the moulded headlining and the coachroof/deck moulding, as this space is required for cableways. The headlining isn't a structural component anyway as far as I'm aware, many boats use foam backed ply sections for this.

Is your understanding of a balsa core that it exists between the headlining and the coachroof/deck moulding?

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