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84 Enticer resto

Combat Rock

Finally pulling the rotted floor out of my enticer, what a “fun” project this is turning into. Outboard is off and the floor is coming up https://imgur.com/a/NRNSTb5
Noticed the stringer is about an inch and a half off the bottom of the hull?? Is this normal? I always thought the stringer was attached to the hull?? It’s really strange
Most people don't believe me, but we built them that way so that if the bottom flexes in the water, it won't bust out the floor. I asked the same question about that back in the 80's when we were building them.
Well that’s good news. When I saw that I was like o ****. Poking around in there today I’m surprisingly not finding too much wet foam. What do You recommend I do for a replacement?? I see most people glassing the stringer to the floor and that was my original plan.
Oh and wondered if the link I posted worked for the pics. I can’t seem to use photobucket like I used to anymore? They probably want me to pay for that now