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Yes indeed. Only other thing I can think of, if one takes that approach, is to work into the design some means of securing it to the boat, even if by a single corner, with a line through a reinforced hole, secured to a ubolt or other attachment point somewhere close by, in case the unexpected gust o...
- Fri Aug 30, 2019 10:48 am
- Forum: Free Plans and others
- Topic: Stich vs screw .
- Replies: 8
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15 years! Where did the time go? There's been a whole lot of good in there. :) I've got I think 2 SS screws and 4 bronze screws embedded in epoxy, and 4 bronze nuts that are partly exposed (the threads). The exposed threads are still fine after having saltwater slop around them for awhile. I don't r...
Nice. You've got yourself a boat! The video link (on the previous page) of the motor test worked fine. Gurgle gurgle blub blub.... :D Regarding the hatch... someone had mentioned using the cushioned floor mats from whatever source you could best obtain them. That is a great idea. You could use two l...
Karl, you must give the duck and croc names, and always refer to them by name.
Hoping you and your family are enjoying this season of celebrating Christmas, and that you have a happy New Year!
- Tue Jul 03, 2018 9:54 am
- Forum: Resins, Fiberglass and Paint
- Topic: How long before paint
- Replies: 17
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Any manufacturer's formulations and usage instructions are subject to change with or without notice. I've been told quite differing details from tech support on the phone compared to what a label of sheet may say. Temperature and humidity and other factors may come into play. To summarize, going by ...
- Tue Jul 03, 2018 9:26 am
- Forum: Cracker Larry's Corner: Boat Repair and Rebuild Support
- Topic: Long straight edge for fairing
- Replies: 9
- Views: 723
Is this the first time you have done this? :) Is your transom, when finished, supposed to be perfectly flat, or, slightly curved, or strongly curved? Is the transom the only thing you will be needing to fair in order to finish your project? A good medium to long fairing board is 'the' tool for actua...