Posted by Steve on April 09, 2006 at 21:15:03:
I bought a used bass boat hull (Astroglass 165V with no motor) thinking the transom was solid. After further pecking, I decided it wasn't solid afterall. I removed the aluminum trim piece cut the top of the boat's cap in order to expose the top edges of the transom plywood. It's about 1/3 rotted.
I'm planning on drilling-out all of the plywood, wire-brushing, and washing the transom cavity with acetone. I'm going to pour the transom with Seacast.
Concern is that I may not be able to remove all of the plywood as recommended by Seacast's manufacturer. Anyone have experience with this type of repair?????
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