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Old 14-02-2006, 07:50 PM   #1
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Progress off fletcher...

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Old 14-02-2006, 07:51 PM   #2
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Old 14-02-2006, 07:52 PM   #3
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Two week and flooring can begin
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Old 14-02-2006, 09:43 PM   #4
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Looks much better than the original build quality.

Stick at it and dont be tempted to rush it when you are nearing completion. How are you bedding the floor to the deck?

I have replaced the floor in loads of boats, Ring 15, Ring 18, Phantom 18 and my current Phantom 19 after so called "repair" work by someone who really should know how to do it properly!
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How are you bedding the floor to the deck?

there will not be alot of room if he does this
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Old 14-02-2006, 09:55 PM   #6
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I meant hull obviously!
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i,ve done a simialar thing when retransoming a boat.i had problems at the back . if the deck is glued to the transom it will probley start to crack under heavy use due the deck moving more than the solid transom. in hindsight it would of been a better job removing the whole deck doing the repair and the glassing the deck back on. with the hassle of moulding up new bits of deck to meet the transom it would probley be easyier too.
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How are you bedding the floor to the deck?

there will not be alot of room if he does this
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Looks very good Bigboy - is that a Suzuki cowl in the background ?

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Old 15-02-2006, 04:38 PM   #10
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Looks much better than the original build quality.

Stick at it and dont be tempted to rush it when you are nearing completion. How are you bedding the floor to the deck?

I have replaced the floor in loads of boats, Ring 15, Ring 18, Phantom 18 and my current Phantom 19 after so called "repair" work by someone who really should know how to do it properly!

Paint picture for the cockpit floor... The floor at the other side off that wooden plate will not be similar...
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Old 15-02-2006, 04:40 PM   #11
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i,ve done a simialar thing when retransoming a boat.i had problems at the back . if the deck is glued to the transom it will probley start to crack under heavy use due the deck moving more than the solid transom. in hindsight it would of been a better job removing the whole deck doing the repair and the glassing the deck back on. with the hassle of moulding up new bits of deck to meet the transom it would probley be easyier too.
Deck had been removed before. Don't think there will be a lot off stress on this transom with motors up to 150pk... Transom is thicker than before. Better fiberglassed and knees attached!
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