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    Here is the plan for setting the transom.
    Waiting on two more clamps to reach the bottom.http://etoolinc.com/product_info.php?products_id=6023
    This should make for a square and strait transom.
    Will use a piece of DB1700 and Epoxy between the 1 1/2" Coosa and old skin to set it with.
    Then after that sets use cabosil epox putty mix to fill all the gaps and one more piece of DB1700 over the top.
    Then I will set the knees.
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    Ur wife is gonna b pissed when she goes looking for the glass off the dinner table

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    Quote Originally Posted by dumbnfun2 View Post
    Ur wife is gonna b pissed when she goes looking for the glass off the dinner table
    She knows not to mess with me when it comes to boats.
    I promised I would be good when I take her for a ride.

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    Getting closer!!!

    Have all the core for the bottom half all cut and fitted.

    Ended up using Divinycell core H60 1/2" with the scrim on the back as this was in stock when I picked up the epoxy.

    Price was good also at $51 for a 2X4 sheet.
    Got 8 sheets and only cut 7 to do this so far with many good size pieces left over and 1 full sheet.
    Will core the front deck and some in front of the splash well also I think.
    Have seen some crash picks and the front always seams to come apart on a nose in.
    When this thing blows out and nose dives I want some strength in the front end to take the hit.
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ID:	310433Got the top side all striped and sanded with 60grit.
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ID:	310437flipped it over and surprise!!!
    Whole lot more grinding and rotten wood to remove.
    O JOY!!!!!! Here we go again.

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    Very nice project. Looking forward to the rest!
    Quote Originally Posted by mrcrsr View Post
    and you could always add more hp!!
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    The top is all ground and ready for the lay up.
    Will start with the top and will core the deck.

    It is as lite as a potato chip now. can lift it up by my self and move it.

    Have braced the top and measured off the floor to make sure it is all square.

    Put it on the bottom and the alignment is still real close with in a 1/4" and can push it around easy to line up the pop rivet holes.

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    Have all the pieces cut and fitted for the support of the top half done.
    I will join all the 2 piece section with epoxy first be for I set them in place.
    This will be a good place to test the core setting before I do the bottom.
    I left the splash well as built as this will brace the transom the way I am planning to do this.
    The side supports will but right up to the transom and have epoxy putty to join them with some glass over top in the final lay up of the top too the bottom.
    Last edited by dwilfong; 12-10-2014 at 05:58 PM.

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    Looking good Dave !
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    Thanks Tom.
    The toy boats just don't get it any more.
    Just hope this one don't hurt me.

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    It won't , just hold it wide open till it feels like it is going to blow over and give it a bump down trim !!
    " The Fleet of Old Boats "
    '71 -16' Super Sidewinder -140 Mercruiser )
    '73 -14' Orlando Clipper Skiff -Yamaha 25
    '79 - 21' Mako -Yamaha -200 EFI
    93- 18 ' Renegade Nomad Flats boat -Merc 150
    '94 - 21 ' Allison XB - 2003 -Merc 260
    '97 - 19 ' STV Euro - Merc - 260
    '99 Benninton 2375 TOONER - V-6- 2 liter 150 Mariner


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    Bonsai!!!!!!!!!!

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ID:	311271Got the first piece of core in.
    This epoxy is the bomb!
    Use a plastic spreader to do all the lay up. Don't have to wet out the cloth first just pour it on and spread it out. No roller needed at all.
    This epoxy wets out killer with the DB1700.
    3 quarts to do this core including the beading with cabosil mix.
    All the time in the world to work with no rushing or hopping the mix is right.

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    I didnt even realize you had a recore thread! Helluva job. Looking real good
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ID:	311344Got some more done today. Have the dash and side supports done.
    started to chop up some of the mat and mix it with the cabosil. Helps hold the putty from sagging to much.
    Getting my mix volumes down now for how much I need.

    Have used 1 1/2 gallons so far. should take about 1 qtr. more to finish the top.
    The putty mix takes the most volume so far. But with mixing the cut glass in it. I will reduce this by 2/3.
    You can do a jig on the deck. LOL

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