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Thread: PA20 restoration/modification

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    Default Re: PA20 restoration/modification

    It is very strong and pretty light. It doesn't have quite the arc that our tip bows have. It is also used on the Cub Crafters certified X and NX Cubs.

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    Default Re: PA20 restoration/modification

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve Pierce View Post
    It is very strong and pretty light. It doesn't have quite the arc that our tip bows have. It is also used on the Cub Crafters certified X and NX Cubs.
    So what do they use to curb corrosion? Pro seal, epoxy or urethane. I wood keep the wood. Pun intended

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    Default Re: PA20 restoration/modification

    Is that an adhesion as well as a barrier? Dip the rivets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBill View Post
    Is that an adhesion as well as a barrier? Dip the rivets?
    The EX manuals don't say anything about dipping the rivets but they are all stainless steel.

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