Sealing the wood in limber holes

Discussion in 'Fiberglass and Composite Boat Building' started by reelpleasure, Feb 27, 2014.


  1. Steve W
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    Steve W Senior Member

    Nice, its definatly better than just a raw sealed hole. Its not easy to get the tube in without scrubbing off some of the epoxy which is why you sort of screw it in. You can take care of that gap at the top by drilling a couple of 1/8" holes at an angle from a few inches above on the face into the gap, tape off the front and inject epoxy with a syringe.

    Steve.
     
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