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post #3 of Old 07-20-2012
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Re: Adding woodwork below

looks a bit like teak in the cabin. the roof or cabin top is most likely cored. this is a layer of fiber on both sides of a core material. by the looks of the electrical wiring clamps being screwed to the under side of the cabin top it is cored. you could add screws to the under side but a more typical way is to glass a stip of wood to the inside of the top and then screw into it. or glass the new bulkhead to the cabin top with a strip of glass about 3" wide on each side of the joint

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