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Discussion in 'Fiberglass and Composite Boat Building' started by GG, Sep 30, 2009.

  1. GG
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    GG offshore artie

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  7. GG
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    Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww This Will Be The Last Time I Ever Start A Thread On This Site And Not One Reply Consdering All The Mister Know It All's . O Well Ha Ha Ha Ha The Lids Are On The Gas Tanks are Done , Along With A New Deck That Has Been Bonded To The Hull , A Custom Hatch , Added Tunnel Support's , New Cockpit Pannels , And The Boat Is Still Not Done . Thank You Everybody For Your Time . Ha Ha Ha Ha
     
  8. nautique210
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    nautique210 wake master

    hey man, keep the pics coming. i'll look at all of them! looking forward to seeing how she turns out.

    cheers, shaun
     
  9. 13AL
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    13AL Junior Member

    Don't think for a minute you can walk thru a forest and not be seen! How about a few of the overall!
     
  10. pescaloco
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    How bout you show some pictures of your pick up / vent / fill fittings
    were they custom fabed or manfg. parts & how did you attach them to the tanks.
     
  11. GG
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    GG offshore artie

    Sorry guys its been a long time and thank you for the interest , i will be posting more pics in the future & once again thank you and happy holiday's :D ;) ............Artie
     
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  12. Roly
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    How was it bonded to the hull? Was it bolted as well?
    Thx
     
  13. GG
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    GG offshore artie

    It was bonded to the hull with Kevlar and will be bolted as well when the rub rail is put back on .;)
     

  14. Manie B
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    I am very interested to learn more about your gasoline tanks
    what did you use to cote (paint) the inner surfaces
    how are the tanks holding up/
    i assume that the boat is on the water by now??
     
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