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Old 31 March 2012, 10:45   #21
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Finally 3.00am start and she is now in sunny birmingham

refurbed trailer, good deal fellow ribnetter, brakes was fun tho, still got some rollers to move abaout and cut about 700mm of draw bar

towed fine at cough 60mph

these hulls are built like a brick $hi# house
some minor cracks to fettle with, nothing trouble some tho, fun shall commence early hrs sunday,

some boring before pictures attached give you an idea as to what goes into these hulls,,,,,,,,,,
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Old 31 March 2012, 10:50   #22
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built to last
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Old 31 March 2012, 10:52   #23
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plenty of meat in here for sure
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Old 31 March 2012, 10:56   #24
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any one know where if available that you can purchase the slide on ali extruded rail for the tubes?
the thought of tig welding 28mtrs of 3mm ali to a milled/slotted tube does not really appeal to me
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Old 01 April 2012, 12:57   #25
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another day of progression

lots of itchy stuff,
4 hrs of grinding not fun
fill in various holes from floor removal
re seal transom
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love the smell of resin on a hot day

more holes
smoothe over and flow coat the tube support rails
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Old 01 April 2012, 13:08   #27
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fuel tanks i may have an issue here,, the necks in the middle of the floor

cable trunking I remember Martini saying he wish that he had fitted larger ones,
these should suffice me finks
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got bored of the itchy stuff a nd smell of resin

so moved on to some other strong solvent


before n after shots
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few more

quite chuffed so far some rib revive should sort the rest out
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Old 01 April 2012, 13:16   #30
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plenty to come i am going off to ponder my tank issue..........

i have a feeling the previous owner intended the console to be fitted at the rear with the seat pods in front of it....
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Interesting build thread. Work is coming along nicely, I especially like the cable trunk idea.
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What a great thread this is Good job nugent looking forward to the next stages
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i am hoping to have it all done apart from the noisy bolt on part,
over the easter period...
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i am hoping to have it all done apart from the noisy bolt on part,
over the easter period...
I'm beginning to envy you a bit-the more I do on the Ballistic, the more cockups/poor original fitout I find.
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I'm beginning to envy you a bit-the more I do on the Ballistic, the more cockups/poor original fitout I find.
this has been well built to be fare,, only damaged parts was from removing the floor, i would not expect it to come off easy

never saw so many screws in my life,
and the thought of drilling all the hull and re tapping all the fixings bonded into the hull does not bare thinking about

nor does trying to remove the ali corroded rails from the sponsons and again i have to jig up and drill these to match the corresponding holes on the hull
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Im sure you have done this anyway Edd... Dont forget to drill some holes in the bottom of the cable ducting to avoid any water building up...
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