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Product DescriptionReplace your worn-out decking and bulkheads with sturdy preservative-treated PlyDek XL plywood panels. Used by many original pontoon boat manufacturers, PlyDek is designed to be used in applications where a smooth surface and structural integrity are required. PlyDek is made with marine-grade glue and a production process that maximizes strength and flatness. Flooring materials can also be easily laminated to PlyDek.
100% fir. Square edges. One tight-knot solid face allowing no open defects. Fully sanded for receiving carpet or other resilient floor coverings. Unfinished side may have open knots that will not interfere with the plywood's structural integrity. 4' x 8.5'. 3/4" thick. Additional shipping charge required.
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Q:would this be good to use for a 1 1/2" transom , if I glue 2 panels together?Asked on 9/13/2013 by 1eyed pike . from pondsford, MN.
Q:I had ask about if this product came in 4x8x1/2, I just saw the answer from another question which was NO....I have a 1965 Chris Craft Corsair 1st year fiberglass 20'. I will need about 100 sq ft
would (3) sheets be eough for deck, possible (1 1/2) for engine compartment cover...........Thanks...Asked on 2/19/2012 by Mr. Dallas Cowboy from New London, CT
Q:I am planning on replacing the floor in my Glastron boat. Where the edges of the plywood meets the inside edges of the boat should I fiberglass these two seams together, caulk them, or will the greenwood be enough protection?Asked on 8/16/2010 by Anonymous
A:I would try a marine caulking agentAnswered on 10/20/2010 by Bryant from Tech
Q:Are panels available in colors - white panels is what I am replacing. Also, do you have 1/2" thick panels?Asked on 11/27/2009 by Anonymous
A:No it does not come in colors, nor is cannot be got in 1/2 inch either.Answered on 12/1/2009 by Bryant from Tech
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