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Old 06-25-2019, 06:31 AM
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Default wood buck with alu tubes

Hi I would like to use plywood section body buck with aluminum tubes which will support the aluminum plates.



I need to know what minimum size of alu tubes I can use so it is stiff enough to support the panels. I don't want to use larger tubes than I have to reduce the weight.



What plywood thickness would you recommend. I am thinking about 1/2" do you think it is enough?
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