Folks if ya have one of these, do yourself a favor.... and take care of it. This is not a job you want to do everyday. But it is looking good!

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I crashed mine this past spring (careful running boat after playing golf) and haven't had time to remove and repair. Nice Job!

So true... I have a Butler teak platform that I sanded down and oiled twice, then got smart and had a cover made for it - Crazy I know, but it worked. I swapped out for another when I sold my 35 with the intent that I'd install it on my 42... turns out it's a bit small, and not really practical for us... I should probably sell it...

Keep up the good work!

Have Cliff make you one for the 42, Ill send him a pattern!!

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