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Old 08-09-2014, 13:17   #1
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Location: St. Petersburg, Fl.
Boat: Cambria 44/46
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used teak decking. Just a few planks.

Part of my Hard dodger project involves trimming the bottom edge with teak decking to hide the fasteners and carry the line of the existing teak decks up a bit.

I don't need much, five pieces, the longest being 5' or so and the others 3'. Old screw holes are fine as I'll plug 'em and weathered is not just OK but preferred. Kind of straight too, though a slight curve is tolerable.

I know you have that whole deck you removed 16 years ago in your shed yet. I wouldn't be able to part with mine either after all those years of sanding and plugging and caulking....

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