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Old 02-13-2013, 11:25 PM   #1
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Cap Rail Replacement

Looking for a source for cap rail replacement on a 34 Californian LRC, 84' model
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Old 02-14-2013, 12:39 AM   #2
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You will need to get someone to fabricate it. I assume we are talking about teak?
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yes it is teak. needing 18'' to 24'' sections to repair damaged pieces
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How many? ...and what sizes?
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yes it is teak. needing 18'' to 24'' sections to repair damaged pieces
I wouldn't think you would want to scarf in a section that short. 3-4' would most likely be the min I would think. The tough part will be sourcing teak that will somewhat match the grain of your existing.
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We have bought teak through Edensaw.

Edensaw:Main Site: Product

If you're having a qualified shipwright doing the work, he should have a source for the teak.
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