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Boat floor #12603453
01/31/18 12:23 PM
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What's the best type of ply-wood to use in replacing a floor in a 1983 bass tracker 16ft? and what thickness

Re: Boat floor [Re: JDUB669] #12603517
01/31/18 01:32 PM
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i really think marine grade is the best, it has the quality you want in your boat, as far as thickness, you really need to pull the floors first to see what you have now, my tracker had 1/2" floors and a 5/8" front deck and it appeared to be a/b exterior (i thought the backside had a rough finish) that had been pressure treated


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Re: Boat floor [Re: JDUB669] #12616741
02/08/18 02:38 PM
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3M Reinforced Polyurethane Foam.

Super light weight, stronger then plywood, will not warp, will not rot. My entire boat is made with this. Can be worked like wood and painted.

Can be covered with fiberglass which makes it very strong.


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