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Old 14 October 2010, 08:25   #1
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Project SR4

Could be a long winter for someone:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/RIB-SEARIDER-P...item41538664fc

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Old 14 October 2010, 09:06   #2
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When is Jim back from Mexico? He'd give 1500 for that if auction ends around 11ish on a Fri. eve.
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Old 14 October 2010, 09:49   #3
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When is Jim back from Mexico? He'd give 1500 for that if auction ends around 11ish on a Fri. eve.
Yep, then he'd replace the hull, tubes, deck and she'd be good as new.
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Yep, then he'd replace the hull, tubes, deck and she'd be good as new.
And I've got the drawings for the stainless console

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Old 15 October 2010, 07:50   #6
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How much is a set of tubes for an SR4?
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How much is a set of tubes for an SR4?
Eurocraft was about 1650 4 years ago
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Eurocraft was about 1650 4 years ago
Makes it quite an expensive project....
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If thats worth anything at all ,our old sailing club one is worth 500
On the basis its got tubes with no patches that stay up all year!
A local marine surveyor was telling me about some epoxy based stuff that soaks into rotten wood and hardens ,as used by the national trust on old house restorations apparently,
Any body heard of or used this??
Was thinking I could inject it into the old SR4 transom.
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