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Thread: Flipping boat

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2006

    Flipping boat

    Some of you guys may have read my other thread in the do it yourself forum. I want to refair and repaint my boat (myself) and have gathered that it would be much easier and worth wild to flip the boat verses sanding from under it. Has anyone else done this? Have any tips? Any pictures?

    Could the boat just be rolled over and supported by tires? Im not too concerned with how I am going to roll it. More concerned with how it should be properly supported after it is rolled.

    The boat is a 88 scarab sport by the way.

  2. #2
    The BAD Guy Platinum Member Tony Montana's Avatar
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    Jan 2006
    West Palm Beach, FL
    I think you have to add a step or three to properly "flip" it
    Is this it ? Is this what I work for...

    4x4 is PRICELESS when you are slipping down a ramp backwards with no help in sight !

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