Rhode runner

I've done two stitch and epoxy kayaks with good success and I'm now trying the rhode runner. Bit more challenging.... I've just stitched the hull and frames in and pre drilled holes make it pretty clear where frames are intended to line up. But the transom seems a bit awkward how how it lines up to be stitched in.  Does the lip of the interior doubler rest on the hull or the exterior transom main board. Any picture showing this would be greatly appreciated! 
julie 


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RE: Rhode runner

   I am also interested to know more about this. Also, tell me if you know xxxtentacion backpack for kayaks.

RE: Rhode runner

I would be grateful if you could send me any useful articles on xxxtentacion backpack for kayaks.

RE: Rhode runner

The transom back lines up flush with the end of the sideboards. so there is a gap inside where the floor and sideboards meet the transom. The phot shows me positioning the transom prior to advancing it flush with the sideboards and wiring it in place.  Hope that helps  

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