fallguy1000 wrote: ↑Sat Jun 10, 2023 6:19 pm Looks pretty good.
Not sure how the knees got into the structure exactly, but keep in mind the transom is how all the loads are transferred to the hull, so you want that all tied well and able to keep the transom from deflection on top.
If you have any laminating voids they can be double hole drilled and snub nose injected with 5/10 cc syringes.
All the best. Dan
Im pretty confident the knees are quite secure. Is there something in the pictures that make you think otherwise?? They are very securely tapered into the stringers, then have 3 layers of 17oz attaching them to the transom. Plus, the “floor areas” inside the transom where the battery and oil tank go are then glasses onto the stingers and onto the transom with 2 layers of 17oz.
I’m quite new to this, but that seems secure to me. Do you think that’s not strong enough?