I have 4 holes topside on the cabin
top that I'm trying to figure out what to do with.
My first thought was to install deck
plates, but I cannot find any that fit the smaller cutout sizes (3) 3" and a 3 1/2". I do not want to make them any larger as I'm not sure if I'm going to use all or any of them yet and I really want to start with a clean slate on this refit
My next thought was to just glass them up as a permanent fix because I really just want her to be watertight in all the rains while I continue the cabin refit
over the next couple months. (Tired of having to manually pump out a full bilge
every time it rains/snows) Alas, 3 of the holes do not provide adequate access below deck
to put a proper fiberglass
backing. Is there a good way to back a fiberglass
fill from the top? Most of the videos I've watched on YouTube say to just use gorilla or duct tape as a backing if you don't have below deck access. Would this be sufficient or is there a better way to do it? Looking forward to hearing your thoughts and ideas. I'm hoping to get this done this weekend.
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