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Capn_tom

Visit teakdeckingsystems.com . I just finished this project on my boat. I labeled & removed the existing deck in sections (to keep from being overwhelmed), resurfaced the boards in a bench planer to 1/2", routed new caulking groves, adhered the boards with Teak Decking Systems epoxy using the original screws with fender washers to clamp the boards in place, removed the screws, filled the holes with epoxy and bungs, caulked the seams with TDS seam caulk. About $500 and maybe 100 man hours. I was fortunate I had no deck delamination except about an inch around the deck fills and a small area where I found a chunk of debris under the top skin that prevented proper lamination 30 years ago! Email me directly wiht any questions you have.

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