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    Posted: 31 October 2007 at 4:36pm
I'm replacing a bulkhead, and in the process have removed a lot of the hull liner in my Ranger 33.  The original liner appears to be non-perforated foam backed, but only 1/16 or 1/8 inch, not the 1/4" of foam that Sailrite offers.  Maybe it's compacted with age?

I've been warned that going with the #13901 "lightly padded" stuff may result in condensation.  My current stuff was thin enough to pleat at the inside corners and is edged with either teak strips or self-closing plastic extrusions (somewhat like Hidem Gimp but harder plastic and a latching closure).  Neither seems like it would work if I went with 1/4" foam backed.

Any suggestions?
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