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Old 06 December 2008, 15:38   #21
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cheers Chap, some more pics, winched it out the garage and now upside down at the folks house awaiting the Antifowl to be removed, yuk, hate that job,
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Old 06 December 2008, 15:48   #22
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That deck looks mint mate! Is it going to have the old console back init or a newer one?
What are the two straps than run forward to aft and og on the inside of the foot straps?
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Old 06 December 2008, 15:49   #23
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Oh and I always find a good powerful Jetwash gives you a decent head start with Antifoul
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Old 06 December 2008, 16:08   #24
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cheers,the deck wasnt too bad underneath the old paint so ran with that, loads of polish the old gel coat came up superbly, the non slip stuff was international paints, made a anchor locker for the forward section, this time the fit is even tighter,but have only Sikaflexed it in NOT fibreglassed as well as i think that will be more than strong enough to take a bat fastard jumping up and down on it.
the original consol is going to be used as they are so good, i tried the jet wash on the antifowl and came up well, now its upside down, will try again.
also having an original low style a frame made (pic enclosed) and new seat covers, should be great for some summer cruising!!
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cheers,the deck wasnt too bad underneath the old paint so ran with that, loads of polish the old gel coat came up superbly, the non slip stuff was international paints, made a anchor locker for the forward section, this time the fit is even tighter,but have only Sikaflexed it in,NOT fibreglassed as well as i think that will be more than strong enough to take a bat fastard jumping up and down on it.
the original consol is going to be used as they are so good, i tried the jet wash on the antifowl and came up well, now its upside down, will try again.
also having an original low style a frame made (pic enclosed) and new seat covers, should be great for some summer cruising!!
If it ends up looking like the one in the pic then it will look the business mate!
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thats the aim chap.post more pics later
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this was a searider i had 6 months ago ish, Marine fabrications are making me one identical, will keep you posted,
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looks well now Matt, have you got an engine for it?
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