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Old 15 September 2007, 17:12   #41
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Time to catch up....

The console is now fully fitted and glassed to the deck.
Then after a clean up, the floor is masked and the smooth bordes are flow coated.
Once dried, the borders are then masked and the floor is coated with nonslip...

And it looks kin smart if i do say so myself.......
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Old 15 September 2007, 17:16   #42
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told yer so....

then peeled to reveal.....

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Old 16 September 2007, 10:05   #43
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Well done that man!

Could you tell me how you work out what power engine you can bolt onto the transom? or do you go from past aircraft ribs.

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Most of these that have been built are running engines from 40hp upto 70hp.

I have just fitted the Engine this morning, and the steering will be fitted tomorrow
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Wicked

What are you going for Teleflex cable - or are you going for something like Baystar hydraulics ?
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Ultraflex Hydraulic...
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Nice job( as always) when is it on the water!
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Ultraflex Hydraulic...
A bit extravagant on that set-up? .............Nice though
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Thanks Ged. I do aim to please... Hopefully put it in next week.
I know the hydraulic is a bit OTT but why not..


Matching Fuel gauge is on its way...
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Excellent thread look forward to the next installment
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