Really terrific! Watched the whole thing. A very nice effort we all can enjoy. Heartwarming with the whole family involved. My heart skipped a beat on the flip I haven't posted on your thread but have been following along the entire time. Thanks for this post.
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- Tue Mar 12, 2019 10:33 am
- Forum: Anything else and for sale. . .
- Topic: Hinged console
- Replies: 9
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Wow, those new etecs look amazing. I run a 30hp etec on the Nina LB22 and have had some very annoying troubles with water pump and fuel pump failures. Soured me a bit but I seem to have that sorted now. It's an issue with the little 30hp. Dang thing has no port for a water pressure gauge. Once my im...
I never managed to get a coat of graphite on without some of those little "nits" . I think mine were mostly tiny graphite clumps. They did seem to disappear over time and use with the boat though. I finally just focused mostly on the side few inches up to the waterline that would be visible. One pro...
I just ordered a Tohatsu 5 hp propane model from them yesterday. Got a shipping confirmation and fedex tracking number today and Fedex says it'll be here Wed! It's for my SK14.
Looking forward to your build thread. I knew nothing years ago when I started my LB22 build, but the forum support and all the pics made it happen. Your in for lots of fun.
Pete, most folks do the whole bottom and wrap up the sides to an inch or so above the assumed water line. That way if you do leave the boat in a slip a couple of weeks the topside paint won't be sitting in water.
- Mon Feb 25, 2019 10:01 am
- Forum: Resins, Fiberglass and Paint
- Topic: EMC paint
- Replies: 17
- Views: 254
Same results here. I've never used a high build primer, dunno what that's like. I've used S3 on Sterling and EMC on 3 builds and no problem. Dead easy stuff to use for an inexperienced painter like me.