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Old 04 June 2012, 12:12   #141
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Engine off bolt onto my project

Rigged up and sounding lovely,

Hydraulic steering was a game for some reason but we got there in the end.

various bits made up to tidy around the many holes on the a frame plus base mounting plate
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Old 04 June 2012, 12:17   #142
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looks better these will be powder coated to suit and bonded on
the a frame plates will there after be covered in reflective white decal,, stand out in the dark

nice twin glassed up batt box
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Old 04 June 2012, 12:22   #143
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i have a confesion to make

kin only glassed the console in over the lifting points really pissed me off this has

any way cut drill chop, swear lots ...cuss more kick things around floor

made some block up this will have some cheese ends on angled so i do not stub my toes the coated to colour looks all right i guess but caused me 5 hrs of hell
and some words of choice
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Old 04 June 2012, 12:29   #144
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bilge set up, all running under floor through stringers i shall change top end outlet to a stainless through fixing,
there is an in line one way valve so it will end up flush mounted to deck and simply flood onto floor and out the open ass end


as i am of the slightly well built shape, i wanted plenty of access if required in console, hence the strange cut out,,
now with this cnc cut thingy it will look normal with hatch, but removable if we need access to tanks batts etc it is easily achievable
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Old 04 June 2012, 12:33   #145
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Now the bit that has seriously stressed me out, tube rails, Uh uh no way
For the life of me these are not going on my hull, well beyond my many talents they are,

i honestly think that this is the first time i have ever been beaten by sumat


Boat is off to Wincanton. Henshaws Wed/Thurs for the multi talented Chris’s team to work there magic. The tubes are being bonded on in the traditional Rib building method; they and others have done this many times on these hulls.

Bit of work required on my behalf to help keep the cost’s down,
Chris informed me how and where to prep, nice easy clear instructions on a PDF,
I or my OCD deficiency took it a little further to make it easy for them,
Filled in and glassed the step out where the rails would normally go, make’s it a tidy job and much simpler for bonding to,
Chris, look good enough for you?

I was informed by a very nice and helpful chap on this Forum, that the RNLI are now doing the same and have done in the past as they believe it’s a stronger way of doing it,
I was chatting to one of the DLA's on station and he was saying the only reason the RNLI use glued on tubes is because they're stronger than the rails

If it’s good enough for the RNLI its fine by me.
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Old 04 June 2012, 12:37   #146
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only a few weeks back i had this looking like glass


all wrapped in shrink wrap so as not to absorb any water in case it rains on route down the m5
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Old 04 June 2012, 12:39   #147
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Old 04 June 2012, 12:43   #148
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i rigged it all then re removed clocks etc
i want the wiring all neat and tidy as this ign switch loom i made a few hrs ago, all conections solderd shrink wrapped and bound as this, pucka job
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oil tank in rear jockey seat
bit of luck i found t:he under floor trunking first hit

glad i used a bit dia trunking and there no gear cable in there yet
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2 questions please guys?


)A
can i mount my fuel seperator in console? straight from tanks then down to bulb at rear
or should it really be at the ass end, it looks poo on here short transom you see, i can obviously make sumat up but:nonono


)B
do i need to fit a bolt in top of engine saddle or is it fine as this?
did not really want to add additional holes in transom, these was allready in
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i have some bits to tidy up resin spill etc but its a days work
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Old 04 June 2012, 13:02   #152
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So basically my work here is done, (thank fook)

Requires,

Chart plotter
Nav lights
Fuel gauges
Small amount of tikery doo here an there,

Conwy time me thinks, Dave, ur up !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

We got 300-ltrs to Burn




I’d like to thank everyone involved in the delivery to date of this project.

( if my posts have been boring at time its my way of expressing one self appologies)
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So all of the very helpful Ribnet members I have bored to death over the last few months, (Pm’s. emails phone calls) many questions, the help and advise that you’ve given to date has really been invaluable to me.
Big thanks to the various suppliers who have also supplied items in break neck speed when asked to do so

Ribnet member’s need I say more

But again to re-iterate.
Big thanks to all. That has assisted me in any way,

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2 questions please guys?

)A
can i mount my fuel seperator in console? straight from tanks then down to bulb at rear
or should it really be at the ass end, it looks poo on here short transom you see, i can obviously make sumat up but:nonono
Pop it in the console. That's where my filter and primer bulb have been for the last 4 years with no problems. Keeps them out of salt spray and UV too.
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Pop it in the console. That's where my filter and primer bulb have been for the last 4 years with no problems. Keeps them out of salt spray and UV too.
Many thanks, this was my thinking but was not 100% sure


Any info on engine mount should i add bolts or is it ok as is .

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Designed for six bolts, so I think I'd be using six. I'm sure the bolts are strong enough, but you want to spread the load across as much transom as possible and also avoid concentrated stresses as much as possible. It's not so much 250kgs of engine hanging off the transom as 1ton or so of hull hanging off the engine
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Designed for six bolts, so I think I'd be using six. I'm sure the bolts are strong enough, but you want to spread the load across as much transom as possible and also avoid concentrated stresses as much as possible. It's not so much 250kgs of engine hanging off the transom as 1ton or so of hull hanging off the engine
Must admit I've never noticed any of my engines fitted with six bolts,
Makes sence to spread the load though

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Hi Fuel filters will be fine in console, both mine are in console's, as for engine mounts use 6 bolts, (take it from me more is better)
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6 bolts now added to egg whisk,,,,,,all packed up in a trailable way

ready to be tubed
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find my self sat here minus the boat with a whole day of no work, shortage of materials,
i purchased another engine as i got bored of waiting for parts,
Chuff me they only got deliverd yesterday from the states,,Arghhh

so its resurection of the original 200hp merc time shall post an engine build just so peep's can see what goes in the noisy end,,
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6 hrs later and my original lump purchased with the hull is built,,, tempted to switch them back over now as i know this is all new inside


lots of parts old and new pistons full set bearings
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