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Re: end pours for....
Posted by LeeG on Dec 2, 2004
well actually no,,but the idea of paddling ones kayak into immovable objects so the end pour could hold up to "impacts" is a bit odd circumstance to build for. I meant to say that whether there was a big or tiny endpour wouldn't matter for the areas that got use and abuse. I think it was the kayaks that took flight off of roof racks that brought the image to mind,,that's probably more energy than a two story drop. Kayaks that have pencil sharp bows would chip away no matter the size or type of endpour. One wood kayak got used in trips/rentals and some misguided person kept tieing it up on the rack next to a ruddered kayak. Not only was a hole worn through the same spot but after sealing/varnishing it two more spots were worn through a few months later...I got revenge and layed two triangular pieces of glass in the first foot on the bow/deck,,four layers of 4oz glass in the last foot of the bow,,ha,,take that messy kayak loader.
In Response to: Re: end pours for.... by Homer on Dec 2, 2004