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    Best to do it all up fresh anyways, then shes good'r than new!
    Hydrostream dreamin

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    Quote Originally Posted by LakeFever View Post
    Best to do it all up fresh anyways, then shes good'r than new!
    I knew I was headed there from the beginning,it just takes me a while to "concede" I feel better now

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    Well time for an update.All core is out.Most of the finish sanding is done,there is a little left under the front.The inside was sanded with 60 grit,then a 14" piece of 1700 was laid in the pad up and over the edge and a couple inches out onto,the floor.Then the first course of balsa went in then a cover sheet of 8 1/2 oz biax then a piece of bakers partchment paper a 8" piece of osb and a crapp load of batteries.After that set the rest of the rear half was then given a cover of 8 1/2 oz biax as a base for the core the to be bedded onto.next from the seat box Forword,1700 will take the place of the 8 1/2 oz.Click image for larger version. 

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    Exciting progress, cant see any pics attached though
    Hydrostream dreamin

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    Making some fast progress! Great looking work!

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    Well today was spent setting the last of the 1700 under the dash,and setting a center strip to keep the balsa from sliding down.I have decided to handle the under dash cover as follows.I will set all of the balsa under the dash weighted down in one day.The next day while I'm still in my recoat time I'll roll a good heavy coat of resin on the balsa and start at the very front with pre wetted 12" strips going from left to right,followed by another with a inch or two overlap and so on till I'm down to the dash area.That will use a little more material but will make it manageable,and somwhat stronger with a double layer of 1700 Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by outasite View Post
    Well today was spent setting the last of the 1700 under the dash,and setting a center strip to keep the balsa from sliding down.I have decided to handle the under dash cover as follows.I will set all of the balsa under the dash weighted down in one day.The next day while I'm still in my recoat time I'll roll a good heavy coat of resin on the balsa and start at the very front with pre wetted 12" strips going from left to right,followed by another with a inch or two overlap and so on till I'm down to the dash area.That will use a little more material but will make it manageable,and somwhat stronger with a double layer of 1700 Click image for larger version. 

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    Wriggleys gum makes me think of boating, "Double your engines, Double your fun"



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    Very nice !! You'll be ready for spring with a bullet proof improved boat.

    And also like the Howard Pipkorn autograph !!
    James H. W2F a V-King... Want 2 Fly a V-King

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    My Project 1979 V-King restore >> http://hydrostreamforums.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2761

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    Love it, looking forward to the finished producf!

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    You is da MAN !! Sap running yet?
    why ask me ?


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    Set the balsa from the dash forward today,plan on capping it tomorrow.Under dash fiberglass work SUCKS!!!
    No sap Nick,has never got cold enough to put the trees to bed yet.pos to start getting cold (21) tonight!

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    5:30 AM today! yay!Click image for larger version. 

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    Awesome work there....Way better than new !!

    Your going to need to go see a chiropractor and a masseuse to work the kinks out you must have
    James H. W2F a V-King... Want 2 Fly a V-King

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    This is turning out so nice! Thank you for the pace and the pics this is a super fun thread!!!
    Hydrostream dreamin

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