Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: Jackson, Missouri
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I have re-done 3 soles in boats over the years and let me tell you, even with practice, you still are very nervous cutting the real wood. If you are cutting only a couple of pieces, I recommend taking it to a cabinet shop that has the right tools to make professional cuts. You mess up a teak and holly sole, it will cost you several hundred bucks to fix it, probably only 20-30 bucks to get a cabinet shop to cut it. Good luck!!
Jboat J/37c (new to me Jan 2011); J/22 #1003
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