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Subject: Re: Coach roof Cracking


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Anders
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Date Posted: 1/11/06 23:31:39
In reply to: nick 's message, "Re: Coach roof Cracking" on 31/10/06 7:50:22

Nick,

you are right, the deck and coach roof is a structural bounding of a balsa core between two GRP layers, the inner moulding is only for good looks, anti condensation and hides the wiring attached with some polyester glue here and there, making rewiring a hell. Some areas of deck is ply reinforced for better strenght(winch areas and so on )For curing rotten balsa areas drill a hole and insert a bended steel string and run it around with an electric drill and vacuum the rotten balsa out. Fill up with epoxi and finally gel coat padding or.

Anders

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