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Old 26-11-2013, 12:08   #1
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What Is Behind The Wall Cladding ??

On the Lavezzi I want to add some shelves and/or make it possible to hang
wet gear -in the passage between the cabins- yes, opposite the toilet(s) ??
This wall cladding is probably made of some hard foam covered with vinyl,
kept down and up by this aluminium strip !!
Anybody know what is behind there to maybe attach something to, or
does anybody know how to take this strip off so I can have a look !
Thanks again
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Old 26-11-2013, 12:15   #2
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Re: What is behind the wall cladding ??

In the same categorie I could ask if anybody has ever opened the highered floor
under the table, it is doubled with the hull, no? so we could lower a barrel or box in
that space and gain the space 4 / 5 inches??
Just asking
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Old 28-11-2013, 00:00   #3
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Re: What is behind the wall cladding ??

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On the Lavezzi I want to add some shelves and/or make it possible to hang
wet gear -in the passage between the cabins- yes, opposite the toilet(s) ??
This wall cladding is probably made of some hard foam covered with vinyl,
kept down and up by this aluminium strip !!
Anybody know what is behind there to maybe attach something to, or
does anybody know how to take this strip off so I can have a look !
Thanks again
All there is behind the cladding is a void and then the inside of the hull . You would need to Glass some brackets to the hull to accommodate what you wish to do
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Old 28-11-2013, 09:05   #4
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Re: What is behind the wall cladding ??

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All there is behind the cladding is a void and then the inside of the hull . You would need to Glass some brackets to the hull to accommodate what you wish to do
Cheers
So you have been there?
How big is the void, in depht, to be able to glass some reinforcements
and not have to alter the cladding ??
And did you manage to take of that aluninium rail?
If yes how,
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Old 02-12-2013, 13:06   #5
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So you have been there?
How big is the void, in depht, to be able to glass some reinforcements
and not have to alter the cladding ??
And did you manage to take of that aluninium rail?
If yes how,
Thanks
Yes I did remove the timber to gain access to the void to install some additional wiring , it is approx. 310 mm deep , not too sure what you are refering to when talking about the aluminium rail!!?? what year model is youir Lavezzi?
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Old 03-12-2013, 01:11   #6
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Re: What Is Behind The Wall Cladding ??

The cladding is being held in place by this strip 2005 old model
they told me once
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