GB my father in law had a prop similar to yours they called it a folding blade variable pitch prop here in the states and provided little drag when sailing or racing, which he did.
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- Sat Sep 22, 2018 7:44 pm
- Forum: Builder's Power Boats
- Topic: ST21 Hybrid Powered "SKINNYDIP" Noosa Australia
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- Sat Sep 22, 2018 7:32 pm
- Forum: Builder's Power Boats
- Topic: FS14- Bayou City Boat
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OQ you can do that with any of Jacques boats just keep the frames at least 3" wide to the top of the sheer. I like the side decks wide enough to walk around the boat when I am fighting a fish. On a small boat they of course look better smaller.
Piperdown I also provided a prop that's pitch would slow down that boat another 4-5 mph. :lol: His dang client had demanded that Larry put aa 90HP on it when if you look at the plans Jacques suggested is a 40HP. It wasn't long after Larry turned it over that the client came cringing back for repairs...
That Seadeck looks great John. Looking forward to working with you on the prop. Know what the FS18's are using in general, so it will be interesting to see what the LM will deviate from them.
Don't forget to check out Nauticus self leveling trim tabs they have been around since 1999 and have an excellent recommendation. They have more sizes and all there tabs have pressure adjustment settings by way of placement of the mounting point. Check them out here http://www.nauticusinc.com/ Tom
- Fri Sep 21, 2018 12:35 pm
- Forum: Anything else and for sale. . .
- Topic: Black walnut for trim pieces?
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I love black walnut have some 100 year old planks out in my garage. If you use it make sure you coat it on all 4 sides before mounting it. I would also use one of the 2 part clear finishes from Awlgrip or EMC not just a marine varnish that you have to redo every year or two. OQ this is an article I ...
- Fri Sep 21, 2018 12:08 pm
- Forum: Cracker Larry's Corner: Boat Repair and Rebuild Support
- Topic: Fastener Fail
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Ron you are on the right track. Having fixed a number of these small boats when I lived in Cleveland at the YC my wife taught sailing at. I see stress cracks going forward a foot or more and you will need to cover them to keep them from getting longer or bigger. Drill a hole at the end of it also to...
Thanks buddy, can’t decide between the CX19 or P19. The only thing that is swaying me towards the cx19 more so is the need for a slightly smaller engine ! Other than that I’m stuck ! I am a little confused here. The cx19 lists recommended motors as 90-150 HP. The P19 lists 90 to 125 HP as the recom...
- Thu Sep 20, 2018 11:34 am
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: Looking for help on adding a poling platform
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Bob pull up the Tohatsu 20HP specifications. They used to show all the angles and measurements for there motors, I believe Yamaha has started to do it also. This will at least give you an idea to start with.