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Old 01-01-2004, 01:19 AM
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Waite tell you see me going at my boat with a chain saw and sawzall If the place that I get the special wood from is open on Friday then I am going to go to town BIG TIME. I actually have fantasies of having one stringer and maybe a bulk head in. Got to get the resin however.

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Old 01-01-2004, 04:49 AM
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sorry to hear abotu the moisture issue on your hull.
As for being the trailer queen prize. Well mine got wet and 10 ran for hours this summer! Once the upholstery and finish work is done i can call her complete BUT she is no longer a trailer queen cus i can run her in present condition!
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If the place that I get the special wood from is open on Friday
How is going to a topless bar going to help your boat??
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How is going to a topless bar going to help your boat??
"Special wood" indeed! LOL
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Sorry Jon but I think Too Old is on a mission with this one!!
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The question we all have to ask is...how does a boat become water logged sitting on the trailer? Next problem will be those doggone air blisters!
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Ohh yeah I did stringers and a floor in my last boat A few weeks job turned into a 3 month job just for a ski boat. But when you put it back together you know that it is better then what it was new. Throw a little extra fiberglass and epoxy on her and she'll be solid as a rock
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The question we all have to ask is...how does a boat become water logged sitting on the trailer? Next problem will be those doggone air blisters!
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Ohh yeah I did stringers and a floor in my last boat A few weeks job turned into a 3 month job just for a ski boat. But when you put it back together you know that it is better then what it was new. Throw a little extra fiberglass and epoxy on her and she'll be solid as a rock
Of all the people at leaste Travis gives me the go for it
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Too Old on the water....I'd drive down south just to see that!!!Go Fred Go!!!I'd love to see that Stuffin back at SOTW this year!!!
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