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Old 06-14-2013, 02:53 PM
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I would maybe look into getting a 3/4 hard plastic sheet (same size as the plywood piece you installed) and install steal insert supports (3/16 thick tube cut to 3/4) that could carry the load in an accident. Which is what I am looking at doing. Another alternative might be aluminum or even aircraft or marine grade plywood also with steal 3/16th tube cut at same thickness of the plywood.
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Two other options to make that spacer would be UHMW plastic or an aluminum plate.

yup thats what I was thinking, as I indicated that would work or aircraft plywood or marine plywood are so dense they can take a beating and not get out of shape.
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