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Old 10-01-2013, 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by maristardd View Post
> no wood

The left/right interior side panels on my 94 Maristar are wood, and with all the different mounting studs aligned to the hull, I have to think they are stock/original. Is there a year where Mastercraft went totally wood-free? Or does wood-free mainly refer to structural things like stringers/floor/etc?
You are correct, but unless the side panels are immersed under the water, then getting a little wet will not matter as long as they dry out. The main concern would be the wood on the floor in a boat but they went to all fiberglass in the early 80s iirc. Mine is an 03 and it has no wood but I am not sure when they started using the starboard and plastic material on the side panels and seat substrates.
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