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Old 05-06-2016, 01:09 AM   #1
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I need help please

Within the past few weeks a thread on here showed a wood shelf made out of teak that fit between the stringers, sitting aft of the engine (over the top of the shaft) and was to be used as a storage shelf.

I've looked high and low for this pic but can't find it.

If the person who posted the pic, or someone who remembers it, would let me know where it is I definitely would appreciate the help.

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I don't have that one but I built something similar to mount our Hurricane furnace on. I used 3/4" plywood and glassed it. It is screwed into the stringers with different height pieces so it sits level. Not hard to do but getting it level was pretty much "by eye".

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Thanks Marty. The one I saw was built so it could be lifted off the stringers so the shafts could be accessed for maintenance.
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