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Old 12-24-2016, 01:42 AM   #21
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My brother boat nut, yes I did follow your suggestion, and it did work beautifully for the rare area that the grooves were the same width. My 1976 Taiwan boat has grooves from 1/8" to 1/2".

Using the narrow blade I was able to recut. I will not express myself as such an expert as you, but perhaps both methods could be combined. I needed to taper joints. In the fixed widths yours is better.

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Wow. Saw this after my reply. I guess I don't text well. I don't drink.
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Wow. Saw this after my reply. I guess I don't text well. I don't drink.

Timing is everything.
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This is the Mai Tai Two. Had her 30 years. She's 40.
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I always refer to the manufacturer, in this case the teak manufacturer.

Other instructions here:

http://www.teakdecking.com/index.php...d=7&Itemid=108

And another site with excellent ideas:

https://teakdeckcompany.com/teak-maintenance/
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