Outrage progress

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:D Looks great ! Its not boat building its boat sanding!!!!!!!!!!! :D

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I might add that it was not level in the pic. I just have the level sitting there at the shear. Leveling at the keel/frame juncture.

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Congrats on the flip. It's daunting but exciting now.
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Ditto from me--congratulations! I doubt that drips are uncommon--just a pain!

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Sanding, planing on the sheer. Seems the tool of choice to keep the line smooth and flowing is a Shinto saw rasp. This tool is amazing.
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Both carlings installed. Starboard faired, fixing to start on port side after the rain. Need to add additional blocking from sheer to carlings.Having a time trying to find a trailer. Steve
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You won't need more blocking when the deck goes on.

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I posted this in the painting section but didn’t get a response. Just wondering any thoughts on using DryLok waterproofing paint on the bilge. It says it is for masonary but why wouldn’t it work on wood? Would be far cheaper than the 2 part paints. Steve

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I don't have anything in my bilge but epoxy.
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I can’t say how it would work, but the dry lock I used in my basement had texture in it.

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I sent a note to DryLok and the representative advised to not use it. Looks like it will be epoxy coated instead.

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I'm using Total Bilge which is hard as steel once it's cured, but it does take some time to cure.
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As of today. Got both coamings done. Not glued and screwed yet. Finally got a used trailer I am having to rework.
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Coming along. Waiting on trailer parts. Then another shuffle from dolly to trailer.The deck is a little confusing looking at the plans. Steve
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Looking good. The nice thing about the top of the boat is you can build it however you want it and it won’t affect the performance of the boat (as long as you don’t change the CG).
But, I encourage you to sign in to GL’s boat building forum umber power boats and post a thread about your build.

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