Originally Posted by tnd90
Thanks all. Glad to know brackets are the same.
I realize the fiberglass is far more practical, but I just like the classic look of the teak.
I think the ease or making teak look new makes it more practical than a fiberglass platform, which can be tough to repair if it gets scratched on the sides.
ICBWBDTTIAATWIWTTTOTI (I could be wrong, but don't think that I am, and that's why I went to the trouble of typing it).
Teakworld is a great company. They made a very nice transom saver for my boat. A full platform will cost you plenty though.
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