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some interior improvements 245 -04 02 Mar 2008 23:19 #1

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Hi!
here comes some pics of my latest projects, I have put mahogny garnish on the hullsides interior. I have clothed the bunk sides with mahognyply. and made a new mahogny table. sorry about my english I hope you understand anyway.
//Mårten Lönn

http://www.maringuiden.se/u/mlonn/;action=fotoalbum&id=3792

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some interior improvements 245 -04 03 Mar 2008 02:37 #2

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Looks great! I am considering the same type treatment for my 3055

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some interior improvements 245 -04 03 Mar 2008 14:03 #3

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Looks great! How did you attach them to the sides?

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some interior improvements 245 -04 03 Mar 2008 16:16 #4

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I glued strips of 9mm plywood to the hullside and then screwed the garnish to them. I had 3 strips in the midcabin and 4 on each side in the cabin. The glue I used is called sikaflex 292 (it´s an polyurethan addesive) a ms polymer might do the job as well but does not have the same strenght.
//Mårten Lönn

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