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Old 28 October 2005, 06:29   #11
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we are really looking forward to this build, but i am also finishing off the extension we built so will be very busy this coming winter
and there is no way it is going to fit in your garage with all your toys!!! still reckon the lounge is an option!!!
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Old 28 October 2005, 08:02   #12
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not sure the mrs will approve of the front room but you never know, i have been known to keep a motorcycle in the house, but that was the first wife and are now divorsed........ummm wonder if there is a connection
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Old 01 November 2005, 14:22   #13
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fuel tank is in and the cross sections are being glassed in tomorrow so it is coming together, expecting a completion time of approx 3 weeks and i will post some pics then when i get it done as the pics are being take with a normal camera by the builder, it is too far for me to travel for a few pics now and then as it is being built.
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Old 09 November 2005, 18:14   #14
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floor was cut and fitted this week and glassed in this afternoon so should have the new baby within 2 weeks. also secured the stainless today so will pick that up at the same time, then the fun starts i think, no pics as is 240 miles away but thanks for the pms asking how it is coming along.

will have my boat long before the famed codcraft at this rate!

just need tubes, engine, lights, seats, steering, nav gear, radio, time, compass, oh my god the list goes on and on and it is getting so cold out there now!!!
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Old 09 November 2005, 18:44   #15
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Surely going well and you will be ready long before me as well........... Looking forward taking my one to the Solent in the spring wasting some gallons of petrol having fun.

Keep piccies flowing on here...........

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the floor is laminated in, the transom boxs are done and the bow locker is done and in, console is finished and the seats are being made now, got a couple of extra jockeys so that i can interchange the rear bench seat with jockeys in the future, so it is getting there

should be finished late next week so aiming for the friday or the sat if all goes well, will post more pics then when i get it
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well the boat is almost finished now, it needs lifting out of the mould and the various other bits fitted in so should pick it up on saturday morning.
will be travelling up and down the country picking up the trailer from sbs, rib from ospreys and stainless from somewhere else, not sure where
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Ask Mike to fit two D eyes in the transom. They don't usually come out of the factory with these fitted. With them fitted, you can ratchet strap the boat to the trailer which saves having a cargo strap over the nice new flanges.

Don't forget the anchor locker lid and spec a spare wheel with the SBS trailer as they don't come as standard. SBS address is now Macrome road, Tettenhall, not Woden road as per their brochures.

Give me a ring if you need to find Marine Fabrications in Chasetown for the stainless. It's a barstard to find, even with Satnav.

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Ask Mike to fit two D eyes in the transom. They don't usually come out of the factory with these fitted. With them fitted, you can ratchet strap the boat to the trailer which saves having a cargo strap over the nice new flanges.

Don't forget the anchor locker lid and spec a spare wheel with the SBS trailer as they don't come as standard. SBS address is now Macrome road, Tettenhall, not Woden road as per their brochures.

Give me a ring if you need to find Marine Fabrications in Chasetown for the stainless. It's a barstard to find, even with Satnav.

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cheers for that

i have already instructed mike to fit the eyes on the back and one at the front so it can be craned anywhere needed, he has beefed up the bow locker ready for the front lifting point, also gone for having extra seating made so i can swap and change. had extra bolt patterns put down i the floor so can swap and change the rear bench for two extra jockeys

i visited sbs about 3 weeks ago when i visited the factory to give the trailers the eyeball. so have the addy in the chartplotter ready. will call if i get lost on the way to mark at marine fabrications

will be knocking on your door toooooo....haha
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checked with mike and it is suspended in mid air on the crane points so looking good for sat pickup and he has remembered to put in the extra tow points

going for a dark blue non slip floor to match the tubes

Trailer paid for today ready for pick up on sat so all is coming together nicely
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