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  Fair Enough
  Posted by: old_user on Feb-06-13 3:29 PM (EST)
 

Apologies, I think I misunderstood your earlier post. Certainly not trying to put words into your keyboard.

Let me see if I follow correctly.

As I understand it you are saying that we can't really tell if the carbon or Kevlar version of the ultralight Wenonah layup in the Prism is more or less durable unless we know exactly what goes in it.

And we shouldn't assume that one is more or less durable than the other because one has carbon and the other has more Kevlar.

Have I got it straight?

Considering the potential difficulties of finding out the exact laminating schedule for the boat, do you think there is a reasonable way for a person to choose between these two layups if he is set on buying a Prism?

What would be your advice to Duckhunter in response to his initial question?


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