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  1. #81
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    Default Re: seawind 24 hard decks

    Most Coremat is very "resin hungry", but Lantor produce a grade called Coremat XM which is made of hexagonal cells and soaks up much less resin. It's more dimensionally stable as well (Doesn't crush & stretch so much when consolidating the laminate) I've used it in hulls, decks etc and been very happy with the results.

  2. #82

    Default Re: seawind 24 hard decks

    Sounds like a nice job Alan!

    Good to see you here Jeff... so you built a pod eh?

  3. #83

    Default Re: seawind 24 hard decks

    Hi

    Thanks for sharing your experience/wisdom on SW24 decks. Curious if you have any pics of the '50mm long 25mm x 3mm thick right angle aluminum brackets that are spaced @ around 300mm' used to attach to hulls? Thanks! Wade

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