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CarbonFoam Fiber Reinforced Panel, Heavy Duty 28lb, 3/4" thick, 48x96
CarbonFoam Fiber Reinforced Panel, Heavy Duty 28lb, 3/4" thick, 48x96


 
Our Price: $325.00
Sale Price: $275.00
Savings: $50.00


Availability:: This item is available for local pick up only
Product Code: CC_CARBONFOAM_FRP_HD_3-4IN
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Carbon-Core Corp.' CarbonFoam Fiber Reinforced PanelĀ® is a unique closed cell, lightweight composite product manufactured with cross-linked polymer foam and fiberglass, offering high specific strength and toughness. The non-absorbent material is extremely durable and dimensionally stable, provides an excellent bonding surface, has good impact strength, sound and thermal insulation, and is resistant to contamination and high temperatures. Material is built for lifetime performance and is ideal for endless coring applications subjected to static and dynamic loads.

Ideal for transoms and stringers

Full panels must be shipped by freight, but we can cut these panels into 2'x4' pieces that may hen be shipped by UPS/Fed-Ex for only $35 (lower 48 states)

Panels do not qualify for free shipping

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August 13, 2018
Reviewer: Kevin Cork from Ormond Beach, FL United States  


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May 9, 2018
Reviewer: mike katsaros from parrish, FL United States  


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+ September 23, 2016
Reviewer: Sydney Epton from Rincon , GA United States  
Great service, thanks Joel!

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1976 Sleekcraft Restoration April 5, 2016
Reviewer: william Bernhard from Adirondack, NY United States  
My boat is still upside down for bottom repair and have not started the transom work yet.
The product does appear to be perfect for the job and I am looking forward to working with it. Why would anyone take their rotten wood core transom apart and then put more wood back in? I'll take some photo's of the transom repair when I turn boat over in the near future.

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