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Thread: Need Marine Grade Plywood For A Zar's Project

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    Default Need Marine Grade Plywood For A Zar's Project

    I'm going to install some more receptacles in the Zar's pavilion and I'm looking for a free piece of plywood for the project. With the price of plywood I'm trying to save the club a bit of money and prevent waste. The previous project plywood was left over from my shed.

    Piece needs to be 2'x3', 3/4" marine grade plywood. I'd consider 5/8" or 1/2" and maybe a bit smaller than 2'x3'.

    I did a similar project 5.5 years ago and used marine grade and it's still looking good. So considering I hate doing things more than once, I won't use anything else.

    Thanks.

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    I wouldn't worry about cost. The club is extremely financially sound. DBSA has spent around $45K just on equipment in the last couple of years. A piece of plywood is a pittance. IMO
    J.R.Rhoades

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    Thanks.

    Along with trying to save money, I was trying to save the hassle of me having to go to the lumber yard, haul it, etc.

    Then again, I only have so much patience for scrounging.

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    Look at it this way. Your newest hip can use all the workout you can give it. And with your latest eye fix, you should be able to pick out a prime piece of plywood. ;-)
    J.R.Rhoades

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    I'm starting to wonder if I need to buy maintenance manuals for all these aftermarket parts I have installed.

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    Hope the manuals are not printed in German or some other foreign language like some aftermarket parts I purchased once upon a time. Fortunately pictures were included. Vat is das?
    J.R.Rhoades

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    Screw it. Got tired of looking and bought a quarter sheet (2' x 4') piece of pressure treated.

    It won't last, but oh well. Had to go to 3 Home Depot to find conduit hangers and I ran out of patience.

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    All manuals need pictures.

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    Forecast for 0700 tomorrow in Canada Verde says 30F.

    Fire...big fire.

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