Taking Some of the Guess Work out of Shaft Drilling
Posted by Glen-L Marine on Feb 28th 2023
We've heard many times that one of the most intimidating parts of the boat building process—for those building a boat with an inboard motor—is the shaft-drilling process. "Where does the hole start?" and "How do I know where it will end up" are among the common concerns.
Fortunately, longtime Glen-L boatbuilder and Tech Support associate, Ken Schott, has worked with us to develop a special Shaft Drilling Kit, with a shaft extension piece with a quick-change chuck designed to work with your cordless drill. There are also a collection of bits and hole saws to make the process as smooth as possible.
Are you nearing that critical step in your build? Contact us at Glen-L and we can let you borrow our special kit for nothing more than a deposit and the cost of shipping. We want to take the stress out of the building process!
To see more about the kit and process Ken developed, check this video:
We also have available 20" sections of special high-strength, filament-wound shaft logs that can be used as stern tubing, or as a shaft log. These logs work perfectly with our new Shaft Drilling Kit. See the shaft logs here.
We offer the Shaft Drilling Kit for a $200 deposit plus shipping. The recipient is allowed to keep the kit for as long as a week, then when it is returned the $200 is refunded.
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