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- Sat Oct 19, 2019 3:58 pm
- Forum: Launching Ramp
- Topic: Chug-A-Lug goes skinny dipping
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:D Thanks folks.When I started the little motor it had a wicked rattle.discovered that all it was -was the control cables rattling-WHEW.Wind died down again tonight so pulled "Chug" out and put her where she'l spend the winter.The temps next week are supposed to be in the 30's for highs and 20's for...
It looks lopsided but I put 1/2 tank of fuel(10 gals) on that side.Might look better if I added 10 gallons water on the other side. Cindy says that people won't be lining up to be pulled waterskiing.
:D October 18 and "Chug-A-Lug went skinnydipping.After finishing up stearn enclosure,decided to pull her out of the barn and put her in the lake.Was really windy today, however when I pulled up at the ramp,the wind died down ,clouds rolled in tho.Will see if I have water in her tomorrow.Dry as a bon...
- Thu Oct 17, 2019 6:39 am
- Forum: Power Boats
- Topic: Building The Vera Cruise
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That's a bummer,Carl.If the front window was stationary,you could put hinges on middle post and have aft window open out like wind wing.On the old boat,I think there are 2 upright posts.maybe front window could open too.
Is that frame on each side of centerboard box?I was reading a build in Wooden boat issue 168.shows how to build centerboard box and slot in keel.The box built on some of the Glen-l builds on here,look like it's located between frames. or is that line -the set-up line?
Drawings are one side only.You will have to flip pattern over for other side.I used thin plexiglass for pattern.made it easier.some of the boards are one piece instead of left and right ones.I built big table and drew out frames on that.that way,I could align parts when I glued and screwed gussets o...