Preview: Reusing Existing Screw Holes in the Frame When Replacing a Plank

November 19, 2014

Maynard Bray

When you're installing new planks on an old boat, reusing existing screw holes in the frames, instead of blindly drilling new ones, avoids riddling old frames with new holes. Here's a first-class video from Fishhawk Films where the ingenious Louis Sauzedde shows you how to perfectly hit those old holes, even though you can't see them.

How to Use the Original Screw Holes
in Your Frames When Putting On a New Plank


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