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11-25-2008 01:42 PM
Originally Posted by anthonynadav View Post
i am sorry for my bad inglish...
No worries about that, mate. We understood you just fine.

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11-25-2008 12:37 PM
anthonynadav well... hello from israel!!!
i have just finish renew my mayflower .
as you write the dec was screwed from in side the boat, it take me 4 days to uproot the old teek and all the screws then i have seald all the holes with siller. and then i made the dec thicker with fiberglass.
i am sorry for my bad inglish...
for more info you can call me on skype "nadavanthonykiesari"
11-02-2008 10:52 PM
Mayflower 48 decks

Hello, We are looking at a Mayflower that the decks will need to be replaced. Does anyone have any knowledge of the process to remove and replace a deck that the fasteners are screwed from under the deck, as opposed to from the deck side.
Thanks for any help!!,

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