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Old 24-09-2016, 02:59   #31
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Re: Marine Ply - Okoume or Douglas Fir

Glad I spent the extra on Okoume on my last dink build. In use 4 years now, no issues. Total weight 45# 1.5 sheet per dink so bought 3 sheets and built 2... Sold the second for the cost of building both.

Upper photo is 7'-6" dink Lower is 6' (mine)
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