Sorry, yes - it's oak. My error. Would oak work?
Also not in Utah. Username is a long story!
I'm restoring a 16' gibreglass canoe and tried to order new ash gunnels - but they're going to take six months.
Some folks here have suggested...
Thanks so much! Would love to see the pictures.
Coming back to this. I'm hoping to work on the canoe this weekend.
Still torn between:
A) Running an entirely new strip of...
That's interesting - foregoing gunnels and option for PVC pipe! How would I bend it around the curvature of the canoe shape?
I actually have 3 of these on my canoe. But here's one as an example.
NOTE: Gunnels have been removed since this picture was taken. They...
Your advice is SO appreciated. Extremely grateful.
Really appreciate the advice. Do I do both sides with fibreglass, or just one, and fill the other with marine epoxy?
Thank you! You're referring to fibreglass patches? Sorry, all new to me! I'm learning from you wonderful people here, and YouTube.
I'm not looking to turn heads - and functional is the key. Saying that, I'm a bit of a perfectionist and will overdo anything I'm given the...
All great advice. Thank you! Here's some snaps of the canoe with the old gunnels. As you can see, I have some fibreglass cracks to repair:
That's great advice, thanks. I wish the holes were uniformly placed, so I could measure the distance between them and replicate down the new...
I just removed the wooden gunnels from an old canoe.
This is what was underneath:
As you can see, the screw holes are very random and...