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Old 16 February 2009, 07:38   #51
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Old 16 February 2009, 18:24   #52
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I've got a very little amount of Toulean (spelling ) left from last years glue removal Olly.

There's not enough for the whole RIB but will tackle those worse areas with no problem. I've also got some nylon gloves you can have too.
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Old 01 May 2009, 04:15   #53
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Right theres no way that flexible rubber paint wa shift, I've tried all sorts, this took me 5hours yesterday being very carefull and only on the rubber strakes not the hyperlon - I used a belt sander its coming up well - I'll use a finer grade of paper when Im finished - Its such stubborn stuff its untrue!
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Old 01 May 2009, 04:39   #54
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Right theres no way that flexible rubber paint wa shift, I've tried all sorts, this took me 5hours yesterday being very carefull and only on the rubber strakes not the hyperlon - I used a belt sander its coming up well - I'll use a finer grade of paper when Im finished - Its such stubborn stuff its untrue!
Worth the hard work mate. Looking good
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Olly, if you see anymore S/S knocking about I am after an offcut 8" x 4" to mount a VHF ariel on.

Rib looking good, just so much easier with good facilities to use.

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Olly, if you see anymore S/S knocking about I am after an offcut 8" x 4" to mount a VHF ariel on.

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Pete I've got some 4x4", 3mm 316 plates if there any use? They've got a 12mm hole in the middle though. Let me know if they're any good and I'll pop em in the post.
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Pete I've got some 4x4", 3mm 316 plates if there any use? They've got a 12mm hole in the middle though. Let me know if they're any good and I'll pop em in the post.
That will do very nicely, pm on its way.

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Thanks guys got the other side done today, 5hours!!
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painting deck has started it bloomin stinks! and is a pig to get off your hands, its all about rubber gloves!!
this nice warm weather should be helping things along
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washing powder and a touch of bleach in warm water, a whole day and many scouring pads, its coming up well
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