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Cabin Sole - Before & After

Thanks to Tim R. for your advice during the process as well as documenting your project. In doing so, you gave me the confidence to do this ourselves. Just about finished now. Need to decide on the fastening system and add a piece of hardware to the bilge cover.

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Congratulations. A really nice job. Looks great. Thanks for sharing
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WOW!! That looks GREAT!!

I have an 87 O'day 35 that needs the same treatment!

OH, where did you get the Teak & Holly Soule? Boulter Plywood??
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Wow, what a difference! if I may ask, approx how long and how much did it cost?

Nice Job!
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Very nice!! I got to see Tim's before, during and after and it makes a HUGE difference.. Looks great!
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Nice job Tanley. Glad i could help.
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VERY nice. A textbook example of how to do it right.
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Awesome job. Well done!
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Stunning Job! Where did you get the teak & holly plywood?

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PS - You're not planning a trip to Los Angeles anytime soon, are ya?
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Did you refinish or replace? i need to refinish mine but i am not sure what to use since they don't make ultimate sole anymore
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