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Subject: Re: Seamaster 23 Wooden trims

Mike Thompson
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Date Posted: 12:09:44 26/02/2013 Tue
In reply to: Kevin Sutton 's message, "Seamaster 23 Wooden trims" on 19:00:24 25/02/2013 Mon

I presume you are referring to the toe rails. I had a similar problem and ended up making new ones from Sapele using the old ones as templates. Mine were so bad that a couple were actually broken with small pieces missing which made it difficult to establish the exact screw hole positions and meant I ended up having to drill new holes in the deck in a couple of places. I just filled the old holes with sealant. If you go to any decent woodyard you should be able to source Sapele and if asked they will cut and profile them for you so you will only need to cut to length, shape the ends and drill. I had mine cut to the basic cross-section and profiled them myself with my router.
Don't worry about the curvature. The new ones will bend enough to progressively get the screws in and over time will 'set' to the curve.

>Anyone know where I can get replacement wooden trims
>for a seamaster 23. Took them off to revarnish and
>clean and repaint deck but a couple where rotted and
>need replacing.

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