Installing floatation foam in the floor of our boat, not only to help float the boat after an impact to the hull but makes the floor structurally stronger. We do a little experiment and we pour a little foam in a cup to see how much it does expand. We didn’t think the Liquid Urethane Closed Cell Rigid Pour 2 Lb Density Foam would expand as much as it did.
Here we show how we drilled the holes in our new boat floor. We then mix the foam doing a little math not to overfill the boat floor cavity. Finally, we plug the hole with the wood plug we drilled out of the boat floor to fill the hole. Follow along as we breath new life into this 2004
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