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Old 01-29-2013, 06:15 PM
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Default Plywood parts a,b ,c &d

The pieces of plywood you use to support foam between the lading gear bulkheads and firewall are supposed to be floxed in place. Should the joints be taped? It seem like it wouldn't matter as these are just to support foam.
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Default Re: Plywood parts a,b ,c &d

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The pieces of plywood you use to support foam between the lading gear bulkheads and firewall are supposed to be floxed in place. Should the joints be taped?
Flox in place, no need to tape (Err, doesn't the inside get some glass when you do the LG bulkhead reinforcements?)

When you add the urethane foam block, make sure it's big (tall) enough, it sands easy... almost too easy

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