I think I used a single piece with notches in the frame. Can't remember too well Here's a link to my thread. Scroll down a bit for pic of boat with sheer exposed. It seems to jog my memory of notches in those frames. Anyway, that's sure seems the right way to do it.
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- Mon Jul 27, 2020 9:48 am
- Forum: Small Boats
- Topic: Plyak12 shear clamp - single piece or sections?
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Good news on the hurricane Pete, I was worried about your place. Boat looks so nice and sure will be fun. I do hear you on trim tabs. My LB22 could use them but I'm not bothering. Your boat is gonna be a workhorse taxi to the fish, so good luck on your first big fishing trip. Building 'em is fun isn...
- Mon Jul 20, 2020 9:45 am
- Forum: Builder's Power Boats
- Topic: Drill/fill gel magic?
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By mixing your own you can also vary the viscosity, making it easy to pour into a vertical hole or cake frosting thick to squeeze into a horizontal hole.
Nice clean work for sure. Where is that PVC drain in the bow going? That area is all foam in mine and no place for water. My sole is completely sealed with foam underneath. Kinda like a really thick surfboard.
- Sat Jul 11, 2020 4:33 pm
- Forum: Resins, Fiberglass and Paint
- Topic: Pinhole factory
- Replies: 22
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8O Good lord you must feel like Job! Never have seen anything like that, but all I've ever used is the Bateau fairing mix and quickfair. Great thought on filling before sanding. I fought pinholes on all my 3 builds. Best thing I found was an automotive product I've touted on the forum before: Kombi'...
I'm with old Doc Pete on the speed and comfort thing. Never did fully tweak my prop, but I did get good service from Nettleprops in Austin Funky little place that knows their stuff. I took my standard prop in and had them add an inch of pitch. It helped but clearly could have used more. I ignored it...