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Date Posted: - Monday - 03/16/09 - 1:49pm
Author: Gitano
Subject: Wow!
In reply to: Randall 's message, "Awesome blog, Dan" on - Monday - 03/16/09 - 12:48am

Looks like you will be having fun this summer. I think after having surgically rebuilt an M31 (aft deck, parts of cockpit, coach aft bulkhead, king beam, etc), that a complete rebuild would be preferable. Just tear it off and start over. When finished, you will not have in the back of your mind that some of that "FEY plywood" is still there, and may need to be replaced in the near future. Have fun, and feel free to email us if questions come up.

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[> [> [> Thanks for the encouragement -- Dan M32 #36 Independence, - Tuesday - 03/17/09 - 11:50am

I just reread your article. Great info and very well written.

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