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Old 09-03-2008, 01:25 PM
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Do you have a sketch?? Pic?? I do this all the time.... hence the name "CNC"
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One other idea

You could also cast em into the gel-coat like factory
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We can do it, PM me with the numbers, and plate size, I'll send you a design to approve! 574-654-8243 or [email protected] Ask for Harry
Thnx Harry awesome job
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It would be less of a headache just to go to "Things Remembered" at your local mall and have one made. It's the same machine they use to engrave coffee cups and door knockers.
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Coast Guard Says Thats Not Legal Has To Be Engraved In The Boat
My boat was re-tagged by the State of NY many years ago because the owner had some paperwork issues that weren't completeded before he went to the Pokey.
Was re-tagged with a plastic plate with the new numbers engraved on it, and riveted into the transom. While going through the boat, I also found the "hidden" HIN from NY.
Because of the age of the boat (they weren't required to hide a HIN when it was built) there isn't a trace of the original factory HIN.
I've been planning on just having something nicer engraved as suggested.
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Old 09-03-2008, 08:08 PM
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Thnx Harry awesome job
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Coast Guard Says Thats Not Legal Has To Be Engraved In The Boat
That is true almost had my boat confiscated by the Coast Guard with a metal plate ID #
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While going through the boat, I also found the "hidden" HIN from NY
I thought there were only "2" HIN's on boats. Mine is on the transom and the other one plain as day in the engine compartment. Are there "3" on some boats?
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My Pantera had an SS plate for the HIN on the transom.
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I thought there were only "2" HIN's on boats. Mine is on the transom and the other one plain as day in the engine compartment. Are there "3" on some boats?
I'm by far NO expert on this, and only going on things that I've picked up.
I always understood it to be that the HIN needs to be on the transom in clear view, and then somewhere else on the boat in a more inconspicuous place. Not sure what year this was put in place, but I'm guessing in the mid 80's.
State of NY placed the interior one on my boat on the inside of a bulkhead - under the upholstery.

OH, and the two HIN's need to match
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