limber hole

limber hole

[′lim·bər ‚hōl]
(naval architecture)
A drainage hole running through the bottom of the frame of ship.
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[] Check limber holes and ensure they are clear of debris.
Do both sides of the frames, but don't cover the limber holes. Use the round end of the tongue depressor to form the putty into a cove (concave) shape, and scrape off any excess with a putty knife.
Use a mini hacksaw to cut the remaining tabs of the frames and limber holes, and remove the waste (Photo 3).