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LSG OUTRIGGER HYDRO TITEBOND 3 VS CA GLUE
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LSG OUTRIGGER HYDRO TITEBOND 3 VS CA GLUE 3 weeks, 2 days ago #10888

  • BRIAN
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Want to Build A LSG rigger Hull from aircraft grade Birch ply its been about 30 years since I have built a outrigger.
Could anyone give me some pointers on which type of glue to use.
I was considering Titebond 3 waterproof or gorilla wood (non Foaming)waterproof wood glue vs. the CA. type of glues.
I think the wood glue would be stronger and more resistant to shock than the CA Type, also the hull will be epoxy sealed adding a little extra protection to the glue joint areas.
Any suggestions on what to use, and few pros and cons from one type glue to the other.
Thanks Brian
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Re: LSG OUTRIGGER HYDRO TITEBOND 3 VS CA GLUE 3 weeks, 1 day ago #10889

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Brian most builders of wood hulls prefer to use a 2 part epoxy preferably 30 min or slower so it soaks into the wood make a very strong joint and dries to become waterproof as well. Definitely don't use a CA type product to build any structured hull components because the wood joint will fail.I have heard of some using the Titebond product but you can't go wrong with a good quality epoxy.

Jesse
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