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 Posted: Tue Aug 1st, 2017 02:43 pm
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Jip mr Spies is true on both accounts...

Plywood removed on the port side pontoon. It was decided to build the transom in three sections, the middle section will be done last and will be extra reinforced to handle a push plate.

The port section after cleaning had a lot of air pockets under the top layer of glass, ground open and sanded smooth. im building up these pocket layer by layer and will sand level again to minimize spaces between the new wood and outer skin.

NB remember to wipe the old glass with acetone as this will help a better adhesion to the new glass.

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