Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: San Francisco bay
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tinkering with cabinetry and tabbing
Today I removed a panel behind the stove and opened an area that might have been hidden from sight for maybe 45 years.
This is what I found: the bulkhead of it aft (right side on the last picture) is not tabbed on that side, only on the other side (the tabbing on the other side can be seen on the picture).
Also the curved part forward which could be considered a potential bulkhead is not tabbed to the hull at all. There is about 1"3/4 between it and the hull. Any good reason not to tab both these pieces (bulkhead aft and this "potential" bulkhead) to the hull?
I also found an old spiderweb but I have an idea of what to do with it...
On another subject, what are those red strands inside the layup?
Thanks for your input