Re: skeg instalation

Posted by FrankP on May 17, 2005

Don't worry about it too much if it's unthickened. Likely it won't build up enough to cause any issues with skeg movement, and will just protect the box that much better. If it's thickened, you may have other issues. Either way, nothing a hand saw or a thin blade with some sand paper glued on won't fix.


In Response to: Re: skeg instalation by Mislav on May 16, 2005


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