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125 construction
At the moment I am repairing the hull of a timber 125, the area I want to repair I can access by adding an inspection port on the port side about 600mm from the transom. This will allow me to get in behind and hold the timber in place. If I was to do this does it effect the hull for future racing when measured etc
Thanks Wayne
wayne 22-Feb-2007    Edit    Delete 
Re: 125 construction
I think that is the correct way to go about your repair. It will not hurt the measurement of your boat. Just a little reminder; the circumference of the bouyancy cap is usually the size of the hole you will need to cut. You can use it as a template.
Andy23-Feb-2007    Edit    Delete 

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