Shine-CS25 Transom Lamination

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Shine-CS25 Transom Lamination

Post by Capt H » Wed Jan 30, 2008 12:41 pm

When looking at the CS25 Lamination schedule, I do not see where it indicates how many layers of glass to put on the Transom. I am building the closed transom. I see the schedule for the tape but not the entire transom. Could you give me or direct me to the info please

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Post by TomW » Wed Jan 30, 2008 2:54 pm

Capt. unless you are using foam, it is the same as the rest of the hull after you install it with the tape. Nothing extra before just the glue up.

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Post by jacquesmm » Wed Jan 30, 2008 3:10 pm

Same as the sides: one layer each side.
Note that with the bottom overlap, you will have a total of 3 layers each side almost all the way up to the waterline plus one layer each side from the transom overlapping the bottom.
All that in addition to the tape.
Some builders have brought the overlap from the bottom all the way up to the clamping board. That's fine too.
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