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fishin8er posted 06-19-2004 11:30 PM ET (US)   Profile for fishin8er   Send Email to fishin8er  
Is there any wood in the 2004 Montauk 170? I thought Whalers don't use wood, but have been reading that some of the Whalers have wood in the transom.
Tom W Clark posted 06-19-2004 11:46 PM ET (US)     Profile for Tom W Clark  Send Email to Tom W Clark     
Not "some" Whalers, ALL Whalers.

All (outboard and sterndrive powered) Whalers have marine grade plywood in their transoms. A 2004 Montauk will mostly have Whaleboard (a phenolic resin composite made by Richlite Company of Tacoma, WA ) and aluminum embedded in the hull for use as backing for fasteners securing the hardware and fittings.

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