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Old 19-05-2013, 18:12   #31
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What is the deal with marine foam costing so damn much. Water resistant Rot resistant regular foam a possibility? If not then please someone point me to the local source for said material bc it has to be cheaper than getting it from Jamestown Distributors
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Having had decks made from balsa and also Airex, I'd go with marine foam. The costs are a fraction of what's involved and yor labour etc.

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