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Chainplates, Bulkheads, and Woodwork

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I have just started to really get into the repairs and I decided that this should be the first one. I took off all trim in hopes of removing the entire piece of wood here, but things are a bit tight. As I checked for soft wood I pushed my fingers right on through to the other side. I know I have to replace the wood here and re-mount the chain plates, but any suggestions?
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