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    Posted: February-06-2018 at 5:27am
I’m doing stringer re placement what does most people do under the floor after capes treatment
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Lots of reading material on the site if you take a bit and search for it.   The process is pretty involved, so from the sounds of it, you have taken out the fiberglass floor, foam and original stringers, then you have already cut new stringers and CPES'd them?    if so, your next step is to fiberglass (glue then wrap) your stringers in place.   Again, some of the other threads would likely be much more educational for you.
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What does everybody use on the under side of floor it has been cepes
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Originally posted by DasBoot67 DasBoot67 wrote:

What does everybody use on the under side of floor it has been cepes

Epoxy and glass.
Originally posted by Dreaming Dreaming wrote:

Lots of reading material on the site if you take a bit and search for it.   


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Is fiberglass really needed on the underside of the floor? Seems like a waste of money & time to me. CPES alone ought to keep it from absorbing moisture.
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I came across this info.

Maybe an alternative for stringers someday?

Maybe wood boats will make a comback!

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there is alot of way you can go about it really. last boat we had in the shop for a full bow to stern gut and replace was a 1978 25' sportcraft and let me tell you its alot of time consuming work. i used Douglas fur for all the stringers and after i glued the stringers in place i used regular fiberglass mat first and went over top with 18oz woven roven mat and for the floors i made the the piece fit perfectly then coated it with fiberglass resin. ill post some pics of it soon
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That's a lot of glass to lay up!

The fumes must have been really bad under that cabin roof.

Hope you had a fresh air hood or a really strong blower.
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