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Thread: My P1 35" sub floor came completely unglued from the hull.

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    Default My P1 35" sub floor came completely unglued from the hull.

    My boat is 11months old....no accidents and my sub floor came completely unglued. Any suggestions for fixing? glue types?

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    Epoxy resin. I layed an additional layer of fiberglass in my hull. If you plan on doing speeds more than 25mph you should do the same. The gel coat will crack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antslake View Post
    Epoxy resin. I layed an additional layer of fiberglass in my hull. If you plan on doing speeds more than 25mph you should do the same. The gel coat will crack.
    On some of the boats the wood also could use another coat of a poly resin since its quite thin. This will help keep the wood sealed.

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    I pulled my wood out for the cells,
    To get a lower cg in the hull.
    My cells are on the floor of the hull now and it help a lot for smooth running.

    Quote Originally Posted by rjsmachz View Post
    My boat is 11months old....no accidents and my sub floor came completely unglued. Any suggestions for fixing? glue types?

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