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Old 04-02-2009, 14:13   #136
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Originally Posted by Cheechako View Post
It's a real dilemma. If you were builing your own boat you could core with 3-4" squares of balsa, .
Thats exactly what they use now.

Balsa is endgrain so nature says it has to be in sections


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