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Sunday, July 26, 2009
Took the grinder to the caprail to smooth it out to get ready for the caprail trim. As it came from the factory, they rough trimmed the upper edges of the hull to about 1/2" higher than the flange, so there was some glass standing proud after the deck bonding. A grinder with a 24 grit flap disc made quick work of that. It also cut through and removed much of the residual 5200 adhesive.