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Old 08-28-2008, 08:10 AM
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Any folks here capable of making a nice ID plate I can rivet to my transom? Kachina just scrawled it in like a kindergartner and I am going through the boat presently cleaning up all the deficiencies.
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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
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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
Cool, are you thinking aluminum or stainless?
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Coast Guard Says Thats Not Legal Has To Be Engraved In The Boat
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Coast Guard Says Thats Not Legal Has To Be Engraved In The Boat
Our Eliminator was retagged in Mira Loma with a hand scrawled tag like Metal Bros spoke of and we were inspected occasionally in Loto,Lake Michigan,& the river and they never mentioned it ...were more worried about documentation and why no hull #s
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Stainless looks good, but as lightspeed said, you better check with the US coastguard.
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The rule was probably written before we had the technology to make these plates, Im not worried about the CG.
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Any more info on this and CG regs? A friend has an older Nordic with a kindergarden # as well and was kicking around ideas to clean it up.
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I like that... in stainless!
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All the states use stickers to put serial numbers on boats that need em. IE homebuilts & stolen/recovers. Also when a boat gets registered with the Coast Guard and become a "Documented Vessel" the hull # are put on a plate and attached to the stringer in the engine compartment. Your non original serial # plate could trigger a teardown inspection to check it against the hidden serial#
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