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Re: Who sells marine plywood?

Ok- here's there website - Hatboro Lumber & Fuel Co.
easy to find. Where do you keep your boat?

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Re: Who sells marine plywood?

Here's another place. In north central Ohio, will ship anywhere in US or Canada.
Homestead Hardwoods
I've gotten marine plywood and teak from them. Good service.

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Re: Who sells marine plywood?

aircraft spruce is another will-deliver plywood source:
ROYAL MARINE A-A FIR PLYWOOD from Aircraft Spruce

(DO NOT check out the rest of site- you will end up building a damn airplane. This place is the Hamilton Marine/Defender of amateur aircraft.)
They have it, but getting it to you can be expensive.
It IS a great place for epoxy, fiberglass cloth, etc.

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Ok- here's there website - Hatboro Lumber & Fuel Co.
easy to find. Where do you keep your boat?
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Re: Who sells marine plywood?

The douglas fir marine plywood I'm seeing nowadays is pretty horrible - not particularly strong, looks bad, all kinds of voids and checks like crazy under finish.

IMO, go for the BS1088 stuff or use nice, hardwood plywood and be sure to encapsulate it well.
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Re: Who sells marine plywood?

Definitely shop around. I replaced a floor in my old jet boat a few years back and there was a $25 price difference between the one closest to me and another store about 15 miles away. Everyone told me to use plain exterior for the floor but I take pride in going to the extreme when working on my boats.

CarpeAquam: Pressure treated wood is VERY heavy and resins won't stick to it (It might if the wood was REALLY dried out but I'm not sure. That being said I have used pressure treated wood on different things within a boat.

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aircraft spruce is another will-deliver plywood source:
ROYAL MARINE A-A FIR PLYWOOD from Aircraft Spruce

(DO NOT check out the rest of site- you will end up building a damn airplane. This place is the Hamilton Marine/Defender of amateur aircraft.)
They have it, but getting it to you can be expensive.
It IS a great place for epoxy, fiberglass cloth, etc.
+1. This is exactly where I recently purchase a piece to rebuild a seat back.


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What plane plans did you end up ordering?

*mutters to himself* when the hell am I gonna find time to build a Breezy AND sail?

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Re: Who sells marine plywood?

Exotic Lumber is like a candy store for woods from all over the world/ They have some of the most unique tree woods. Teak and Holly sheets in many different thickness.

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