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Old 12-16-2005, 09:25 PM
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GregP... Where do you see a Cougar Cub?

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GregP... Where do you see a Cougar Cub? [/QUOTE]

Isn't that a 41 or 46 Cougar in the background in post 16? Maybe it's a Skater(?), I can't tell in the small pic, just looking at the sweep of the air inlets at the rear.

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Thanks Steve!

Ted, They were 13 foot Fun Boats built in Point Pleasant @ Arnold's Yacht Basin

Greg P, If you're are referring to Rudden, than yes, that is a SKATER.
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Vacuum Bagging 101
By Garrie Hill
This page explains the basics of vacuum bagging. Vacuum bagging is used to remove the voids and air pockets from a multilayer composite layup, and to remove the excess epoxy. This technique helps to ensure a strong and lightweight finished product. In the drawing below, the nylon bleeder fabric allows the epoxy resin to soak into the breather fabric when the layup is vacuumed together. The part is bagged and sealed, and the vacuum pump is run at least until the part has partially cured. Heating the part to around 100 degrees F will accelerate the curing. The nylon fabric, also known as "peel ply" peels easily off of the molded part after curing. care must be taken to keep the epoxy out of the vacuum pump.



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I hope that helps now Downtown42....
now I understand your frustration
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At least I didn't have to buy mine!

They were earned the old fashion way......
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Hey Tim,
Great thread....what's with the OL avitar?
Are you getting rid of th Checkmate?
Have a Happy Holidays if I don't see you.
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Great thread....what's with the OL avitar?
Are you getting rid of th Checkmate?
Have a Happy Holidays if I don't see you.
The Checkmate is up for sale: Classifieds Link

I'm on the waiting list for the OL......Waiting for $$$ that is...

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Tim good thread nice Big air ,thanks for the work putting it up.

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