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I would think the bottom of the rabbit would most accurate. If you go from the surface of the keel you'll come up a bit short.

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Using a paper guide to determine the length between sheer and keel to help determine plank width. I’ve done a few times but with big chunks of time between doing it. Actually, now that I think about it should be the depth of the rabbet. The first one from the bottom is the garboard. 


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