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Subject: Re: Coach roof Cracking


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Brad Croshaw
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Date Posted: 5/11/06 23:38:53
In reply to: nick 's message, "Re: Coach roof Cracking" on 5/11/06 23:26:32

My '73 trapper was a project boat for me and needed lots of replacement parts. I've drilled loads of holes to fit deck organisers, tracks, winches, clutches, blocks etc. The deck is a balsa core, the headlining is a totally separate animal. It may have spacers between the headling and the deck, mine had large lunps of resin, but the deck is definitely a balsa composite construction. There are areas of ply core aroung the foredeck cleats and winches etc. but mainly it is a complete balsa sandwich.

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