The plan requests 12mm marine plywood for the transom and 2 clamping boards.
I am using 10mm marine plywood for my transom and clamping boards. (That's what I could find here in my town in northern Thailand. Very surprised I could get that - actually!)
Instead of my total width being 36mm (Transom 12mm + 2 clamping boards 24mm = 36mm, my transom + 2 clamping boards will be 30mm. This is a 20% variation. Will this create any issues?
I am also using 7mm plywood and could get a 3rd clamping board to make the transom a total of 37mm but that seems excessive.
First time building a boat so good feedback is helpful.
Power Boats only. Please include the boat type in your question.
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