I thought I had them right bbefre I glued them but when I unstacked them the end of one of them sticks up about a 16th of an inch on what will be the side of the hull. I stacked them on the shop floor to glue them because I don't have an 18" workbench. I weighted the pieces with barbell weights because I couldn't clamp them down to the concrete floor. I am sorta figuring out that is not the best setup. Anyway how is the best way to fix this?
I am considerign:
A: Just grinding it down and puttign paint on the hull instead of varnish. (was thinkign about painting the hull white anyway for visability)
B: Triyng to heat it up with a heat gun and see if I can get it apart. (has anyone tried this)
C: Cutting out the offending scarf joint as well as the matching one on the htoehr side and puttign it back together again making the boat an inch shorter.