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I'm still a month or two out from doing this but I plan buying materials here and there whenever I have some extra cash.

I'm gonna use marine plywood, just trying to figure out how wide I should make the floors. I've seen some with just the very center in and they look pretty good but if I'm gonna do this should I just go all out and make them almost as wide as the boat?

Also what type of glass and resin should I use? Theres a fiberglass supply store in town so I'll be headed there to ask questions too.
Finally I want to turn the center box too to open up the deck a little more, is this a difficult thing to do?

Thanks for all your help this is an awesome site and I've been searching for a while getting ideas and information
 

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You Florida guys are very fortunate to have fiberglass supply houses within driving distance. We have nothing in desolate North Carolina. I be jelly.
 

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Not that my reply will help you at all, but I plan to do the same. I have a 13' River Hawk original that I plan to add flat floor between the front and rear seat pedastals, as well as a few stringers for support. I'll be watching thread, so perhaps if I get started soon I could add some advice. Personally I only plan to add the middle, I don't plan to walk the chine anyway.
 
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