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If I gathered the question right. You have some existing screw holes in some excess ipe and you want to use them as side boards. No way do I plug that. I assume that you have holes on both sides of the boards and both sides will be visable. Make some ipe paste and sand it down.
If you use screws with countersunk heads, you may damage the mounting bracket. To mount the bracket assembly: Do not make the starter holes deeper than half the screw length. 3. Secure the swivel base with three bolts or screws. Apply marine sealant to all screw threads to prevent water from seeping into the transom.
Deck Screws. Trim-Head Deck Screws; Bugle-Head Deck Screws; Composite Deck Screws; The Drill & Drive is a 3-in-1 tool you can use to pre-drill, countersink, then flip the insert and drive screws into decking. Use to countersink screws for drilling plug holes with pilot holes all in one step.
Once on the top deck, the beaten-up informant (Nastas) will be found but he can't walk. Again, beaten-up! Marston will have to carry him back to the car, and fight through the baddies on the way out.
An outdoor deck can add beauty to your home along with square footage for outdoor living and entertaining. To give your deck a polished and professional look, you'll want to fill in any holes left by erroneously placed screws as well as the small gaps above screws that you have countersunk into the deck.
I was thinking of caulking the holes befor laying down two layers of 1.5 oz mat. Filling countersunk screw holes IMO, don't try to make them accessible. In doing that, somewhere in the back of your mind, you are conceding that your work may not hold up. Put the deck and screws in as if they are forever and finish the glassing the same way.
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