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Old 08 October 2010, 14:46   #1
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Spray Painting Inboard Diesels

Hi

Anyone on the forum able to recommend a company local to Gosport/Fareham that can carry out spray painting of inboard diesels.

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Old 09 October 2010, 04:05   #2
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i can cope with that, but not till november, i do mobile engine painting for cummins, the only thing is how rusty is it or does it just need a tidy.
i kurust all the joints where rust creeps in, prime and 2 pack, the paint will discolour on the turbo but it wont come off
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Old 24 November 2010, 12:12   #3
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Big Thanks

Big thanks to Biffer, we now have two bright shiney diesel inboards ready to put into the hull.

Thanks again
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ooh shiney

never one to miss a shot
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Complete with transom shield moulding in the background
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you spying on me, that's just the plug, i haven't got round to cutting it up yet, inbetween a retube for blizzard, roof bars and screen for neil harvey, stainless for ian m, tide gauges for the hm harbormaster, sorting out the race boat and three other bigger jobs i haven't had time for much, i'm not enjoying my retirement
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you spying on me, that's just the plug, i haven't got round to cutting it up yet, inbetween a retube for blizzard, roof bars and screen for neil harvey, stainless for ian m, tide gauges for the hm harbormaster, sorting out the race boat and three other bigger jobs i haven't had time for much, i'm not enjoying my retirement
All sounds like interesting work though, need a hand?
All I seem to do these days is structural steelwork, getting boring
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All sounds like interesting work though, need a hand?
All I seem to do these days is structural steelwork, getting boring
long way to come every morning
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Back in the boat

The engines look even better now they are back in the boat. Plumbed in, the build continues.
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