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g10 backing plate thickness – fix it anarchy – sailing

g10 backing plate thickness - fix it anarchy - sailing ...

G10 Backing Plate Thickness - Fix It Anarchy - Sailing ...

Mar 04, 2012 · The purpose of the backing plate is to spread the load over a wider area. According to him if you have good glass in your boat, a backer plate the thickness of a washer will work fine. As always on boats, different folks, different strokes, different answers.

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rebuilding my mast step [sitemap] - cruisers & sailing …

Rebuilding my mast step [Sitemap] - Cruisers & Sailing …

Apr 01, 2017 · It is quite expensive for the quantity and thickness I will need, but if it is worth it I will use it. Only the area directly under the mast would need the G10 and the rest of the plywood would be laminated back …

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g10 fiberglass board - jamestown distributors

G10 Fiberglass Board - Jamestown Distributors

G10 boards are sold in 1/4 and 1/2 inch thickness. G-10 is similar in strength and density to starboard, but because it is formed from epoxy resin, it bonds easily using most two-part epoxies. Available in Backing Plate sizes and full sheets.

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backing plate material? [archive] - ey.o information …

Backing Plate Material? [Archive] - EY.o Information …

Over the decades I have used 1/4" alum, 3/16" SS, and similar thickness in epoxy ("G10/FR4") plate materials. Often using 3/8" for the G10. Factory stuff often consists of an Aluminum or SS plate the same …

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sailnet community - backing plate options

SailNet Community - Backing plate options

Sep 16, 2009 · Backing plate options When I bought my boat it was 100% stripped of all hardware. I’m finishing up the paint job and getting ready to start re bolting things such as genoa tracks and winches.

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sailnet community - cutting board as backing plate …

SailNet Community - cutting board as backing plate …

Dec 08, 2011 · I'm about to add backing plates myself. G10 was recommended and it certainly makes sense but I was thinking about hardwood oak for convenience and cost. Home depot sells 0.5"x6"x4' for $13 that would make several plates.

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backing plates [archive] - yachting and boating world …

Backing plates [Archive] - Yachting and Boating World …

Nov 03, 2011 · The method that oldsaltze and others describe by bonding the backing plate to the hull with a thickened (if there is a curve) epoxy adhesive will provide a superior interface between the seacock and hull.

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starboard for windlass base? [sitemap] - cruisers ...

Starboard for windlass base? [Sitemap] - Cruisers ...

Also great for backing plates. Cheechako. 18-08-2015, 12:10. ... Sent from my iPhone using Cruisers Sailing Forum I would think G10 would be a better choice. Bond it to your deck, paint it and forget about it. ... I'll uses the starboard to confirm the thickness I need for a fair lead to the chain stopper. The starboard should …

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seacocks and thru-hulls, installation and maintenance ...

Seacocks and Thru-Hulls, Installation and Maintenance ...

Many times today I use a piece of G10 fiberglass plate in 1/2″ thickness, if the bottom of the boat has a shape I set the backing block in …

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sailnet community - stainless steel backing plates ...

SailNet Community - Stainless steel backing plates ...

Feb 07, 2012 · Aluminum can make sense but if in a visible area stainless would look better. The stainless you linked to at McMaster Carr is expensive in the thickness you need for a good backing plate, and you still have to have it …

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backing plate material? - ericsonyachts.org

Backing Plate Material? - ericsonyachts.org

Mar 31, 2007 · Over the decades I have used 1/4" alum, 3/16" SS, and similar thickness in epoxy ("G10/FR4") plate materials. Often using 3/8" for the G10. Factory stuff often consists of an Aluminum or SS plate the same size as …

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dufour arpege 30 lifelines and stanchion bases : …

Dufour Arpege 30 Lifelines and Stanchion Bases : …

Dufour Arpege 30 Lifelines and Stanchion Bases (self.sailing ... deck and along the hull to hold a stanchion is less work that drilling four holes in the deck and using 4 bolts with a backing plate. These aren't companies that were known to do things to be cheap. ... If you were to remove the block and replace it with a 1/4" piece of the G10 ...

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quick question about backing plates - ericson yachts

Quick question about backing plates - Ericson Yachts

Jan 18, 2016 · I used G10 for backing plates on my mooring cleats, through hulls, windlass, and for my stern chain plate and windvane. My cleat backing plates are held mechanically with through bolts, but the backing plate for the stern chainplate is bonded to the inside of the transom.

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sailing whimsy: may 2017

Sailing Whimsy: May 2017

The backing plates were made with G10 board, and had beveled top edges so as to not create hard spots. 8" deck cleats, with G10 backing plates Flush fitting the hatch lock

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sailboat refit costs: seacocks: how many and how …

Sailboat Refit Costs: Seacocks: How Many and How …

Apr 12, 2016 · Since there were three in the V-berth and I wanted to use that space for storage and the "holding tank" was a bladder, I removed the bladder and replaced those 3 with proper GROCO seacocks and a 1/2" G10 backing plate.

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seacocks and thru-hulls, installation and maintenance ...

Seacocks and Thru-Hulls, Installation and Maintenance ...

Many times today I use a piece of G10 fiberglass plate in 1/2″ thickness, if the bottom of the boat has a shape I set the backing block in a bed of epoxy fairing compound.

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association forum - galley drain to-hull replacement

Association Forum - Galley Drain To-Hull Replacement

May 20, 2018 · 4) Install plywood backing plate to interior of hull using WestSystems epoxy. I plan on soaking the plywood at home prior to heading to the boat. 5) Drill 1" hole for new thru-hull from the outside of the hull, at a 90% angle to the hull.

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starboard for windlass base? [sitemap] - cruisers ...

Starboard for windlass base? [Sitemap] - Cruisers ...

Sent from my iPhone using Cruisers Sailing Forum I would think G10 would be a better choice. Bond it to your deck, paint it and forget about it. ... And I had it all apart recently to fix an unrelated problem. ... plate underneath the deck, bonding and bolting the entire sandwich, which clamps the deck between riser block and backing plate. The ...

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sailnet community - what kind of hardware for a bow …

SailNet Community - What kind of hardware for a Bow …

Aug 30, 2015 · The backing plate only needs to be a little larger than its mate on the opposite side in most cases (and I think yours). I use lanocote on my screws for ease of removal when I set the epoxy and then ream out the …

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installing downrigger: backing plate required? page: 1 ...

Installing downrigger: backing plate required? Page: 1 ...

Jun 14, 2017 · Sailing Parts & Accessories. VIEW ALL. Tiller & Wheel Extensions & Accessories. VIEW ALL. Sail Track Stops. ... Always use a backing plate no matter what thickness and make it wider than what you are mounting. Then you will never worry about it ripping out if you snag something solid on the bottom. ... $$$ fix. (and the …

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hobie forums • view topic - getaway rudder's pintle …

Hobie Forums • View topic - Getaway rudder's pintle …

Jun 02, 2006 · Inside is a long narrow "backing plate" that the gudgeon screws into. There is a gap between the plate and the transom meaning that the custom screws I installed have nothing to tighten against, they just compress the transom.

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what thickness of backing plate should i use? …

What thickness of backing plate should I use? …

Whilst having a SS backing plate under the winch is a good idea, the thickness of the plug and its strength appears to me entirely inadequate. I'd also hesitate to use an SS plate under the laminate, preferring a large peice of 8-12mm marine ply with rounded corners and extending well beyond the fixings and the plugged vent.

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restore a sailboat – june 2018 | live your dream: sail ...

Restore a Sailboat – June 2018 | Live Your Dream: Sail ...

Most of the time sailing is idyllic, and rare moments are scary. Sailors are fun family types, who go out for exercise, fresh air, sunshine and …

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seacock backing plates – marine how to

Seacock Backing Plates – Marine How To

Make A Shim. Before you drill and tap the backer block you need to tighten the flanged adapter to the backing block using the thru-hull. Because you’re missing the thickness of the hull you will need to create a spacer that takes the hulls place.

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