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Old 11-23-2010, 10:04 AM
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Honey comb aluminum plate

From time to time someone asks, for a source of the alum. deck panel on early 90s Pro Stars (190 & 205) Here's a link source: http://www.mcmaster.com/#aluminum-ho...sheets/=9udz70

Course there are other options, marine plywood, fiberglass wrapped construction grade plywood (both heavier, than OEM panel).
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Lookin to replace my engine cover and this is just what I needed thanks!!
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I love McMaster-Carr! Make sure you use nice big washers to spread the load on those bolts to the motorbox hinges.
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That is great!

Sadly, I don't think even the 4'x2' sheet is big enough. IIRC the width needed was about 26.5". I know this because I bought a quarter sheet of ply when I was re-making mine and it was too narrow. Maybe my boat is strange?

You could do it with two or make some spacers or something.

Good find, still love that place.
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That is great!

Sadly, I don't think even the 4'x2' sheet is big enough. IIRC the width needed was about 26.5". I know this because I bought a quarter sheet of ply when I was re-making mine and it was too narrow. Maybe my boat is strange?

You could do it with two or make some spacers or something.

Good find, still love that place.
There's always fleebay:
http://cgi.ebay.com/Nordam-Aluminum-...item45f7e0a007
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