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    I have done this maybe 6 times I use quality marine ply (Ocoume) $$ i cut out the old and add tabs to cut out the new one accurately (cut out the old stuff with a Fein saw) (the post may need a hammer and chisel) (that area has a bit of thickened polyester that will be busted out) fix the deck that is likely rotten around the chainplates. from the bottom if the deck is not broken the gaps around the new bulkhead can be filled with thickened epoxy prior to taping in place filet around except for chainplate area tape in place both sides with 1708 dbl bias cloth 2 layers 7" and 5" (don't tape where the chainplate goes) make sure your chainplates will be in the correct place. measure from front as they are often crooked/ should be equal from stem on both sides look at the aft bulkhead too, replacing the seats as well makes the inside that is never used look nice (the seats are a bit structural) I use interlux 2000 in white to finish 3 days (one full two half) or so
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    J22 431 for sale

    J22 431 1984 Dry sailed trailer in good condition one set sails decent condition all running rigging/ some new newer standing rigging Honda 2Hp outboard Located Wayzata, MN This boat has been sold $5500 offers considered Photos shortly A quick boat in need of a little love and a new home Some pics available $5500 offers considered