Originally Posted by cortezsailor
The deck is cored , airex , but with 1/2 inch marine plywood
and close to an inch of fiberglass
, it's overkill . I would love to see the last link you sent there it states it's invaild , possible to try again and thanks for all the help.
OK. A different link to the same idea here: http://nsm02.casimages.com/img/2009/...4104401593.jpg
Basically, in some basic configurations, at times (oh how could I get even more conditional ;-), the function of a track can be replicated with a set of two blocks. This makes for more trim lines BUT gets rid (in some scenarios) of the track.
The 1/2 plywood and the inch of the fiberglass - where are they located? Your deck is not 1.5 inch thick, is it?
If there is airex where the track falls, you will have to drill, remove the foam (a hex key in a drill does this job very well) fill with epoxy/silica, drill again, then fix the track (+ seal each hole with sika, sure). You cannot fix a track over a foam filled deck without penalty.
Just making sure, I hope you do not have airex where you want the track.