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Old Jul 11, 2010, 11:44 AM
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The next two caulking strips to be fit in against the covering board will be at the transom and start butting against the center deck inlay. Using the hair drier again, heat up the strip were it will have to bend around from the back covering board to run up the side covering board. Starting at the butt joint against the center inlay, start tack gluing the strip with the thin CA glue again while holding the strip tight against the covering boards.

Now because the caulking strips are not long enough to run the entire length of the covering boards, another strip must be fit in-between the strip coming for the bow to the strip coming from the transom. Take care in measuring and cut the strip with a sharp Xatco knife for a good butt joint on the strip. One fit tack glue in with the thin CA glue. (pic 04641)
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