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Randell 'Randy' Kocurek

Hi Bud,
Have a samson post made of teak (port) W32. The cap was off for awhile and a shallow bit of rot got hold. I estimate rot has affected 1/5 of the total top of the post surface area to a depth of perhaps 1.5 inches maximum, with roughly cone shape heading to a point at the low level. I've drilled it, and dried it well. The best plan I can come up with is to inject epoxy several times. I suppose the full blown WEST system, unthinned, is my best guess. Anyway, it's time to act. So, do you have any suggestions before I commit? Thanks in advance.
Randy

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