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    When the deck went back on, was it glassed to the hull on the inside all the way up and around the bow ? I feel for the person that had to do that job if it was. (as well as the grinding/cutting to split the hull/deck).
    You putting the stainless rub rail back on or something different ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by activator22 View Post
    When the deck went back on, was it glassed to the hull on the inside all the way up and around the bow ? I feel for the person that had to do that job if it was. (as well as the grinding/cutting to split the hull/deck).
    You putting the stainless rub rail back on or something different ?
    Will post episode 14 that will answer those questions. Yes, the right tools definitely help when taking it apart.

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    Episode 14 is up. Audio is pretty bad, the fan was on, and the classic rock radio. But, we walk around the boat, and go over quite a few things. Rub rail, splash well, paint change, and some other stuff.


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    Here is the write up with a few more details. Someone asked what rub rail it was, and it is Integrity Marine. Very small vinyl backed SS rail. Sorry again for the audio, should've have recorded over it.

    https://www.wavetowave.com/home/2019...nd-pain-change

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    What the small hole is for? Middle of the deck in the front

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    beautiful finish


    what's the weight at its current build stage?





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    Yes, get that baby up on the scales

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    Most likely bow light wiring

    Quote Originally Posted by LMT383 View Post
    What the small hole is for? Middle of the deck in the front

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    Quote Originally Posted by noli View Post
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    beautiful finish


    what's the weight at its current build stage?





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    Thanks Noli. Will have an update soon with the color on it. We will be putting it on a trailer soon, and I can't wait to weigh it myself. I have no clue, but would guess 1,300 lbs??? It won't be a patato chip, but not a barge either.

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