Flybridge Core project

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Flybridge Core project

Post by gitchisum » Sun Sep 09, 2018 8:44 pm

Pulled the boat and winterized. Had an impulse to start the re-core project on my fly bridge floor. Thought I would find the first layer pretty soggy but found that both layers of core were bad. Should be fun! :mrgreen:

Photo is after digging out both layers in a 4 x 8 section. Think I will use Tricel instead of foam or wood. Anyone with good or bad to say about Tricel, please do. Plan on Calling Bob in the am.
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Re: Flybridge Core project

Post by AndyF32 » Mon Sep 24, 2018 9:39 pm

Wow that looks great. Good idea to go after the whole area at once. I did a small section on mine and now need to chase it a bit further.

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