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  The guys are right on wood saturating
  Posted by: onnopaddle on Jun-15-13 7:33 PM (EST)
 

no matter what you use .. The wood will eventually soak to the bond line and pop off unless its sealed up.

I don't know how much gap you need to bridge Jack but another nice materal for blocks is simple cutting board plastic ... Cheap, EZ to cut and shape and will hold a screw ... Also it will bond ok. .. You still have 1/2 a tube of 5200 right !! LOL

O.K. Part two ...If these are 1/4-20 threads on the footbraces ... Personally I would not be bonding anything and I WOULD be through bolting with plastic blocks as needed spacers inside and be done.

Apologies to smooth exterior canoe guys.

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