starting another build

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Bill Edmundson
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Re: starting another build

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Noah's is both sides of the border. Rick may be able to help.

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Re: starting another build

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I think there's a Noahs up in Winnepeg, but with this virus lockdown,I won't be heading anywhere :cry:
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Hydrotek BS1088 is the way to go if you can get it delivered... MacBeath Hardwood has online service but others can ship as well.

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Re: starting another build

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Thanks for all the advice guys.I think I should change my subject line to:The Knot Build.I don't know why I need another boat just because I have the motor for it.If I want to go fishing,could use the donor boat I bought a couple years ago.The only things it needs is a couple of new seats and a trolling motor that doesn't do the "Crazy Ivan" :D
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Re: starting another build

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I bought Hydrotek plywood from Noah's for my Monaco. The shipping was expensive but it saved a lot of trouble with renting a trailer, driving, etc.

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