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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDMAN View Post
    I once left my forklift outside for 6 months with the keys in it.
    Who steals a fork lift ?!
    well... I mean... I work at a shipyard, and forklifts are stolen all the time... by the workers on the other side of the shipyard... haha

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    Not so much stealing the forklift, but it could have been used to lift the overhead doors to gain access.
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    since its a center pod , I wonder how a single 400R would work or a bigger HP custom single motor ?

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    Probably pretty good. especially what the new composite boats weigh. I have a new all red 25 coming in next!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDMAN View Post
    I got the front and back all primed. Then I put a black "tracer coat" over the primer. I then block all the black off with 220 grit wetsand paper. Any low spots will stay black. Then I have to refill those low spots. This is how to get the bodywork super straight. It's an awful lot of work though. It kills my shoulders!
    A friend once offered to paint a model rc hydro for me. All I had to do was prep and sand till he was satisfied, he would shoot the paint as a friend for free......Three days it took to fill the wood grain and satisfie my painter. I learned then, shooting the paint is the easy part. The finished work only looks as good as the proper preparation allowes. Randy, your attention to detail reflects in your setups. It also keeps them bones moving and a man young. Are you going to RR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDMAN View Post
    I got the front and back all primed. Then I put a black "tracer coat" over the primer. I then block all the black off with 220 grit wetsand paper. Any low spots will stay black. Then I have to refill those low spots. This is how to get the bodywork super straight. It's an awful lot of work though. It kills my shoulders!
    A friend once offered to paint a model rc hydro for me. All I had to do was prep and sand till he was satisfied, he would shoot the paint as a friend for free......Three days it took to fill the wood grain and satisfie my painter. I learned then, shooting the paint is the easy part. The finished work only looks as good as the proper preparation allowes. Randy, your attention to detail reflects in your setups. It also keeps them bones moving and a man young. Are you going to RR?

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    I have the dash laid out.
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    any more progress on this?
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    Yes, we are working on it every day. All the glass work does not show much in pics. That's why I haven't posted more. We are now glassing in the 4 knees, oil tank and battery shelves, And putting flat floors and additional support stringers in the sponsons. We are also beefing up the tunnel with more coosa and glass. This boat will be like the yellow one which, strengthwise will be way overbuilt and super strong. The front and back are all capped and blocked out.
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    Randy I remember the first time I met you in Palatka I belive in a 21' Challenger w/200 opti. Brother, you've come a long way. Continued success, fun out
    most overnite successes usually take at least 10 years


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    Quote Originally Posted by WILDMAN View Post
    Yes, we are working on it every day. All the glass work does not show much in pics. That's why I haven't posted more. We are now glassing in the 4 knees, oil tank and battery shelves, And putting flat floors and additional support stringers in the sponsons. We are also beefing up the tunnel with more coosa and glass. This boat will be like the yellow one which, strengthwise will be way overbuilt and super strong. The front and back are all capped and blocked out.
    cool deal...cant wait to see the finished product....
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    I put additional stringers in the rear of the sponsons. Then I epoxied 1/2" coosa over the top of them. Next they will get glassed in. This will leave a flat floor for more storage in the back. There will be small hatches cut in the floor for access to the bilge pumps. All this will keep anything in the back clean and dry. The lighter colored foam boards are shelves made to bolt the oil tanks to. They will get glassed in also.The center area has much thinker coosa to attach the batteries to.
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    In these pics, I'm blocking out the filler primer where the nose has been capped. This shows how any low spots will stay black from the traced coat. The trick is to block util the black is gone. Any low spots that stay black, need to be refilled with spot putty.
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    I made the rear hatch out of foam board and glass. You can see where I put in "pads" where the hatch lift and hinges will bolt to.
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    The glass work is done on the 25. Put another layer all around the boat where the hull and deck meet. Also, extra bukheads and supports. Now I am putting a layer of filler over the glass to sand and make smooth before I apply the Awlgrip.
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