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- Sat Mar 16, 2019 6:03 pm
- Forum: New Members, Please Introduce Yourself
- Topic: Hi from Kentucky
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You can get marine grade fir ply from Menards. It would be great to use for a Waterlodge hull. You can also get longer lengths of the dimensional lumber there in several different species. However, finding good straight lumber that long could be a challenge. You might have to scarf shorter pieces. T...
I did not use any bilge paint. Epoxy should be sufficient on its own. You, of course, will want UV protection anywhere that will be exposed to the sun. If there is any problem with the clear epoxy coating a visual inspection will quickly reveal it. Then it will be simple to just sand and re-coat.
No actual work has been done yet. I have a punch list in my head though. Started new job in January which has been really busy so far. Things should settle down into a rhythm soon and I'll be back to work on the boat.
A lot of folks are doing their own upholstery. Mainly due to sticker shock and having to wait forever to get it professionally done. I launched without upholstery. Those type IV cushions aren't very comfortable after an hour or so. Planning on doing some sewing soon. Sailrite.com seems to be a good ...
- Mon Mar 11, 2019 4:35 pm
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: MI Malahini Build, Post Flip.
- Replies: 60
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1/8" is well within the margins of perfection on a boat. I installed swivel seats as well. I really like being able to swivel around when on the hook or tied up. And as you say it allows the passenger to turn around and watch the tow sports.