Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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Re: Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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he -he -he-he.....Warren!!!
those are some of the funniest pre-build pictures I've ever seen!!, I guess ya gotta start somewhere!!! I don't think I'll be able to erase these images, from my mind, for a while!! -Bob

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Well the days of setting up in the A/C equipped design studio ( AKA living room) are over since we got married and they moved all the furniture and stuff in!!! :shock: :roll: :wink: :lol:

I tell you, the tiles were handy for set-up as they each were 12" so it was easy to gauge!! :D

BTW, The Squirt frame kit is still stored in the office closet for moisture control til we get to building it!

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mmmm.hmmmph!! :D :D :D :D
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Oyster wrote:Hum, now lets let any third party decide what work looks like


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I bet he is wearing Old Spice in this shot, don'tchu, fresh from his afternoon tea? :lol:
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Oyster,
I'm sorry, but that doesn't look like work to me. It looks like you got in trouble with the Admiral and you are trying to hide out in the rafters. :P :lol:
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Be sure you finish cutting on the flip side with the pilot hole,and not the set-up screw hole....... :oops:

The original intention was to avoid splintering & tear through on exit of hole saw to form a nice radius

Good way to ruin an expensive piece of 3/4" wood!! :?
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Re: Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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If you are talking about the small one middle of the sheet, will guarantee you one thing, I can't see the hole when it hits the water. Just use some wood fibers and blend with some epoxy or even use the five minute epoxy syringes. mix quickly and pop in the hole and you will be fine.

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I already cut a new piece....there will be other smaller things I can cut out of the discarded one. :wink:

Debbie suggested that I just glue the plug back in too,as well as I had thought about it

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Well,I'm off back to it....my mentor wants pics!!! :wink: :lol:

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Warren,

Help me out. What am I missing? I have looked at the picture twice and can't find a problem with the holes you drilled.
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the two towards the center are for the curves of the motor notch...the one on the right is....well..... :oops:

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Re: Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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Oh, It's a practice hole. :wink: Well it is a mighty fine practice hole. :D For a minute there I thought you were installing an Oyster Air Conditioner unit. :lol:
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It's in the transom,so it would be a chili relief hole!

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Re: Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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Thats not a problem at all. Add another one to the other side, and save you the worry and expense of a real boat trailer. Load the boat on your snowmobile one and when you get to the ramp,,, drum roll......
























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Re: Power-Row Skiff 13 1/2

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Oh, an exhaust port. I get it now. :lol: :lol:
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Or a urinal!!!

Oyster I've seen that boat...what a great idea for transporting short distances

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