RE: omc-boats-digest V1 #162

From: joe sibilia <joesibilia@...>
Date: Sat, 12 Jun 2004 01:09:30 -0400


I have a 64 Sweet Sixteen outboard that also has rot in the transom. I just
purchased the Seacast composite to "pour" a new transom but have not yet
completed the prep and set-up to do the job. I need to create a new inner
skin as well as a form to support it all during the pour and cure. I'll let
everyone know how the project turns out when completed.

FYI, I found some very good information on the on the Glaspar G3 owners club
website ( They built their
transoms in a similar fashion, a sandwich of 4 sheets of 3/8 in plywood (=
1.5 inches), not necessarily protected from the elements and subject to rot
as water soaken in.

Looks like you have lots of work in front of you. Good luck! Keep us


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