Im asking for you to help me ponder my next move while rebuilding a vintage hatch
, its a-kin to chess I suppose and perhaps there are no real solutions.
As it stands now I have a vbirth hatch
that is made of 1.25" x 2" teak
and is a simple square shape. It was bedded to the deck
using wood screws and screwed upwards from inside the vbirth. There was some type of compound used for coupling but its difficult for me to say what it was. I ask for suggestions to a easy and quick method?
One big detail.
requires a complete overhead removal
to expose the fasteners. Its all white oak planking and has large wooden beams over the top of this planking. Lots of dowels and Im a liveaboard
so tools are limited.
I am thinking to either epoxy
the wood to the deck
and then apply cytol over the uv exposed sides or...
I am also thinking of repeating manufactures style and just be pissed off for a long while.