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New to the site.. bought a valero

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New to the site.. bought a valero

Post by Spotteddogs » Sep 04, 2017 9:55 pm

Hi to everyone ... just bought a Valero and I am changing the floor stringers and maybe the core ... question... how think is the core in the bottom and the sides... 1 layer of 1/2 inch or is there more then 1 layer ?
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Re: New to the site.. bought a valero

Post by AdamDK » Sep 05, 2017 7:06 am

Welcome to the forums.

Standard balsa core is 1/2". Only one layer.
There's lots of threads here that show how to properly re-core your Stream. So grab a beer, or two, or three, and read read read.

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Re: New to the site.. bought a valero

Post by Spotteddogs » Sep 05, 2017 7:30 am

Lol...thanks. I will for sure. This boat was for sale in my area... turns out it was my wife's boat 15 years ago... Lol.. so I have to restore it for her. Little different then restoring cars... but about the same

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