Really Inspiring. If mine turns out half as good, I'd be happy.
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Well things never progress as quick as you think or want them to, but there you go. On a more positive note though, after a two and a half year waltz with cancer my last blood tests came back with my markers undetectable. I'm very happy with that although I may have a vested interest. Yesterday I fi...
My wife decided the bathroom needed a renovation before Christmas and visitors so the final coat of paint has been delayed. I still hope to have it done before Christmas. As for the flip I have 2 1ton chain blocks and the rafters of the shed will take the load and rather fortunately are in exact the...
- Fri Sep 23, 2016 12:43 pm
- Forum: Wood and Plywood
- Topic: Help please!! Australian lumber
- Replies: 4
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For the wider boards, try a local joinery works. That is where I got all my hoop pine for the frames etc. If you are looking for sapele then try Britton's. They are a large timber company in most capital cities and were half the price of anyone else.
Thanks everyone,Yes you are right Carl, it does tend to spoil the lines but once it is all clear coated and a more even colour hopefully it will lessen. Better dry though. Yes flip not too far away. Trackhappy generously gave me his dolly after he was finished with it, so I just have to install some...
Skeg and spray rails finished and attached to the boat. I ran the spray rails pretty much the whole length of the chine. They were screwed from the outside and screw holes plugged. Touched up the bottom undercoat and am now ready to put the final coats on the bottom.
- Wed Sep 07, 2016 4:05 am
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: I guess it's time to come out of the closet!Bartender 24
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Murphy was an optimist!
- Sat Aug 20, 2016 2:23 pm
- Forum: Hankinson designs
- Topic: Tahoe 23 shifting motor further to the stern.
- Replies: 25
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I'm not very knowledgable about such things but I think your shaft angle would steepen quite a bit. Perhaps turning the motor around and using a V-drive could work.