Spoke to guy that builds boats and does many mods and tops.
He said 1/2" Nida core, 10 oz on top maybe add 4-6 more see how it feels
two layer on...
Chuck what weight cloth did you use?
I would like to know the layup on using say 3/8" core materiel, don't need to support a person
I was thinking of taking the Bimini...
It's done all the time did you read Tech Info | Hard To Top http://hardtotop.com/tech.html
I know people that have done it and it been reported...
I was looking at this polycarbonate hard top
Tech Info | Hard To Top http://hardtotop.com/tech.html
made like this [IMG]
they want over...
So treat the surface the same as any paint finish?
Didn't think it was that simple.
My spars are all powder coated black, now after a few years I would like shine it up a bit.
I waxed it when new that is not an an issue,
Being the boat is only 5 years old I didn't expect to see all the micro cracks from UV breaking down the materiel, in the mid and foredeck...
That was a very good link link thanks
Thanks for the explaination
My question is if you say 6' for 2kw how many feet for 4kw etc.
Is there anything you can cite as a reference please?
Any basis for the 6' parameter?
I have a 2kw 18" dome, trying to figure the height off the deck or cockpit sole it has a 25 deg vertical bandwidth,
So it would have a 12.5 D...
have a link?
Looking for a source for reasonably priced rim lock sets
A captain’s logbook from a sailing trip John Lennon took in 1980 might have some people wondering what the former Beatle was doing in the middle...
Hollow birdsmouth has to be worth considering.
Cost, ease of the build...............the look of wood
Por 15, buy and apply 1 quart I think you can go sailing very quickly.
No sanding no sandblasting.
POR is paint over rust and it really works