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Old 15 November 2016, 12:19   #31
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Very good work and a good read. Excelent documentation.
Looking forward to see the final result.
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Old 15 November 2016, 13:03   #32
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Very good work and a good read. Excelent documentation.
Looking forward to see the final result.
Thanks, me too! This project is now hibernating for the winter.
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Old 18 November 2016, 00:43   #33
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my friend very good job, but personal opinion on vessels prohibited the wood despite only at transom
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my friend very good job, but personal opinion on vessels prohibited the wood despite only at transom
Hi Memmos!
In my books wood is totally fine and surpasses most materials if weight is not considered. And in this case I wanted to get this boat fixed and did not want to spend a fortune on more exotic core materials. I think that if the boat had already lasted 25 years with poor decisions on fixings etc. It would last another 25 years with the same construction choices on materials. And this time all the inserts are bedded in epoxy. If I would make a totally new boat I would opt for something else than wood.

Nice build on your youtube link!
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Fantastic work on restoring this.
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Old 06 May 2017, 16:37   #37
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Image links broken

It seems that dropbox sharing has changed and all the linked images are now missing. But here is a link to a dropbox folder that has the images.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/3ku6hhbky...eWcFXsiva?dl=0

Is there no edit function so one could fix earlier posts at all?
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Old 25 June 2017, 12:25   #38
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Seats plus storage

Just by luck stumbled upon these Buster LE extra rear seats / storage boxes. Exact fit to SR6. Planning to build a small platform to lift them up a bit and maxing them removable if needed. Maybe the rigging hoses will then have room to travel under them. Or I just guide them along the side of the boat. Dunno yet. Backrest will be attached to the A-frame. Also might push the boxes a bit backwards and cut holes to sides to give access to valves.

As you see this SR6 is still a project going on (slowly). Haven't been able to find a motor yet. Used but modern engines are a rarity in Finland it seems.

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Anchor box / seat to bow. I will probably make it from GRP.
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Update on the engine. It seems that this will be powered by a Yamaha F150! Was not cheap, but it's a 2011 engine with just over 500 hours on the meter.
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Old 28 June 2017, 04:09   #40
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Treadmaster

As the engine choice went to this premium route. I'm also thinking that the floor should be up to par. So I'm leaning towards the Treadmaster deck. Difficult to decide between black and grey and should I glue it with sikaflex or opt for the Treadmaster PSA - Pressure sensitive adhesive.
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