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replacing a rotted spot on a wooden deck.

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Anyone have a good links or sites with good info on putting in a patch on a wood deck. I got a 16"x16" area of deck to replace a small soft spot. I want to cut it out, put in a new piece of wood and glass over it. Thank you! I got a 2005 bayliner. thoses babies arent made with the finest materials.

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Anyone have a good links or sites with good info on putting in a patch on a wood deck. I got a 16"x16" area of deck to replace a small soft spot. I want to cut it out, put in a new piece of wood and glass over it. Thank you! I got a 2005 bayliner. thoses babies arent made with the finest materials.

 

Likely the wood/balsa around that spot is also wet/cooked.

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***  I have a feeling that when you get that piece out of the deck and see some stringers you might be in for more than you expect espicially with a bayliner..



 



If its a small piece I would just set your circ saw at 45 cut it out SUARE cut your patch at the opposing angle put it in and glass it up.wink.gif



 



 



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yes thats what I plan on doing. The actual soft spot is about 12"x12" with no stringer underneath...early stages. it also gives me a good excuse to put in new carpet. going to be a busy spring for me. I also have bellows and water pump due. Fun times!

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