Ha ha yep I know how to pick them, Hull is solid so far and it has a solid glass transom. One thing about it I find enjoyment in the challenge. I’m with you I was shocked when I took it apart. The boat was built here in Florida. Lol I’m with you anything would be betterFuzz wrote: ↑Tue Sep 10, 2019 9:13 pmWell you know what you have in front of you I am not sure how that thing stayed together. Heck you can clearly see the delaminations in the pictures. How thick is the hull glass? I am not sure if three or four stringers would be best. I am dang sure no matter what you it is going to be better than what it was. I am not sure how some of these hulls stay together
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Thanks Sig, 78” it’s a tub. I’m thinking one centerline and two per side, build out of laminate 3/8 to make up the 3/4 stringers as well as the frames. Slot them all together to make one frame. Glass all pieces individually prior to installation then tape it all in three layers 1708 16”, 8” then 6”. Also thinking of three layers on the chine they had mat and it is also delaminated in spots. Was thinking a start up order of 5 lbs of flour, 6 gallons epoxy, 4 roles 6” 1708, 10 yards 1708 cloth, 10 yards 12 oz.
Explorer 19TV, Yes, I will get you a quote out before lunch time today. Call me when you have a minute as I need your new shipping/home address here in Florida for shipping the building materials!! Jeff
I just sent you a quote via email, give me a call at the shop 772-742-8535 when you have a chance.
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