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  1. Gear & Maintenance
    Today I started the BIG job of replacing my teak decks on my 1981 Cheoy Lee ketch. I just did a small section of the cockpit near my port jibsheet winch. I'm using this post as a guide. It took four hours from getting my tools out until the area is mostly clean. The first step was removing the...
  2. Gear & Maintenance
    I have a Cheoy Lee 41 that had beautiful teak decks when she was new. Now they're 30 years old and the caulk is all dried out and lots of the bungs are missing. There are only two leaks that I know of coming through the deck. What I'm interested in isn't the process of replacing the teak...
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