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termit damage repair

i have an irwin 38-1 and i have bought this boat 4 years ago with termites , this boat had termites for 10 years and more i have started to rip out the wood but a am nervous about taking everything out as to the cost to repair ,has any one ever done this,,,, i am looking to keep costs down and i am looking for feed back on people who have done this on a tight buget ,
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Re: termit damage repair

We are half way through a total rebuild. This is our 1976's second rebuild. The first time the bulkheads had weak tabbing. im sure it was done quickly and cheaply.Our boat was making to much noise at sea. We decided to do it right, it takes a lot of time and money. So you see there will be many different opinions on what's correct.
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To do it right is going to take some time. So to save $ shop for a low cost DIYS boat yard or a barn or even a back yard. the cost of transport will be cheaper than high yard fees. Also try not to over stock on perishable supplies.
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