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Old 02-09-2014, 09:41 PM
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Thanks guys, hopefully i'll spray the rest and finish up the outside next week. Then I'll climb back inside and start laying down the floor.
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Looking good !!
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I drilled and installed the floor scupper drains today.
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Mounted up the mid section.
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I laid down three floor section and one layer of 1708, one more 1708 and then one 1.5 oz matt.
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Time to clean up the rot and make a few console mods before I gel coat it white.
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Glassed in the rear anchor/ trim and jack plate pumps/ rear bench. After it dries, I'll cut out for two doors on the front and one on the top.
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Thats talent..... good work!!! I'll keep up with this thread.
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Black snap on tool box, snap on hammer, nitrox sticker. Are we related??
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Black snap on tool box, snap on hammer, nitrox sticker. Are we related??
Doesn't every guy have that?
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I'm running out of materials right now, so I'm working on whatever I can with what I have laying around. Cut out the access doors for the rear bench and fitting the rail cap.
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Great stuff, just enjoyed reading right through your thread. Nice work mate!
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Wow, just followed the link you posted on my thread. You are way further than me! I also think you are doing a better job. What's the hull painted with?
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Wow, just followed the link you posted on my thread. You are way further than me! I also think you are doing a better job. What's the hull painted with?
Sea Foam green gel coat. I'm working on it almost every day, I fix jet ski's mostly, so I'm slow this time of year, hence the running out of materials. I think I can get it done by end of April, May at the latest.
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Great stuff, just enjoyed reading right through your thread. Nice work mate!
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My throttle was hitting the console before full throttle, a little reshape of the console.
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Spammer, I got one today too. It'll be nice to have full throttle!
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Looks great, I am thinking about purchasing one that one of my neighbor owns. It is totally rotten, what do you think it will cost in materials to do this? I have done this in a small scale with a 14 ft skiff. What kind of wood did you use for the stringers, transom, and floor? What kind of resin did you use?
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