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  • #16
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ID:	545523 got the inside layed up,total of 9 ply 1708,a little shy of a half inch ran out of epoxy again. back to it next weekend!
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    • #17
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ID:	546239 got the outer transom layed up 8 ply of 1708 2 ply of 24 oz rovin tabbed about 10 inches around and under hull

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        • #19
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ID:	546244 mould ready to go ,most of my shell glass all cut, ran out of 1708 got more coming tomorrow and i should have outer shell all layed up this weekend,i dont know exactly but i think im in about 12 gallons of epoxy so far,im sure this bracket will take 5 more

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          • #20
            Do you find it difficult to wet out the 1708 with epoxy? Or are you using a stitched mat?

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            • #21
              it is a stitched mat,but if your starting dry it takes a bit to get it wet but once you get the first layer wet the rest went good

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              • #22
                also depends on what epoxy you are using

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                • #23
                  You have a preference/easier-thinner epoxy that works better for that?

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                  • #24
                    ive been using total boat 5 to 1 epoxy,works great

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ID:	546335 got the bracket layed up and 1 sheet of ply

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                      • #26
                        Amazing work. Can’t wait to see more updates. I have the same hull and will need to address the transom soon. Thanks for sharing your progress.

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                        • #27
                          Thanks , back at it tomorrow weather permitting

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ID:	546491 cut opening for stringers also took off bracket mould and trimmed,forgot to take pics

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