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Old 25-05-2009, 21:33   #1
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Interior Refit

Thought I'd post some pic's of my refit and accept comments, good or bad.

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Can you talk some about the Pourform plywood? I assume it's more expensive than marine ply, but you felt there was benefit to the additional cost?

on edit... will you have access to the bilge?
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Can you talk some about the Pourform plywood? I assume it's more expensive than marine ply, but you felt there was benefit to the additional cost?

on edit... will you have access to the bilge?
The Pourform is $42.00 Canadian for 3/4" x 4' x 8' sheet where the Marine plywood is $111.00 per 1/2" x 4 x 8 sheet. I didn't get pricing for 3/4" Marine. I've used this stuff for years and it is Very structural and tough and ....... it will be coated with Epoxy.
I will have 5 access hatches to the bilge.

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Interesting. I assume the Pourform could be used for exterior applications also. I need to rebuild a locker/helm seat in my cockpit that houses propane tanks.
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