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hull const for new build in dry, low humidity climate

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jschwamm
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hull const for new build in dry, low humidity climate

Post by jschwamm » Mon Jul 08, 2019 12:54 pm

What is the best method for hull/deck/sides build for dry AZ climate?
The West epoxy system on planks with plywood backing?, or plywood backing with planks imbedded in 5200?
Not sure what is best method to try to insure no shrinkage/movement in dry, no humidity climate.
Boat will be stored inside, but not in climate controlled area, just hot and dry in summers. Use more in winter months when not hot.
Any input or suggestions appreciated.
John

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