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Discussion in 'Wood and Canvas' started by Aoc230, Nov 19, 2014.
I have a 14' mansfield canoe I am fixing up. It originally had wood stems that wrapped around the bow and stern then transitioned into a full length keel. In my 'fix up', I am not replacing the wood stems but do want to put a keel back on. How long should it be? Suggestions?
Here are some pictures of where and how Old Town built the ends of keels -- on a 15' 50 pound model that has a keel and no exterior stem --
Exactly "how long" depends on your canoe.
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