Re: Pearson Vanguard 33 reviews?
Jeff H. You were speaking on the construction materials and it appears you said this about the Vanguard?
"Shorter fiber lengths and more brittle resins meant a very flexible and at the same time fatigue prone material."
Short fibers? In woven roving? How do you figure? Short compared to what? I would consider short fibers to be more like the chopper gun products that have been manufactured the last 30 some-odd years to be the champion of short fiber lengths. And what's this about vacuum-bagging? There were companies working without vacuum systems into the 1990's, only relenting to closed systems, not for the end product quality, but for the demands of the EPA, so I'm not seeing how that's relevant either, be it on Vanguards or any other fiberglassed anything made (in an open setting) up til the EPA mandated it be a closed system.
Last edited by seabreeze_97; 01-22-2014 at 01:15 AM.