Building a boat out of pool stuff?

Discussion in 'Boatbuilding' started by Bassboss, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. wardd
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    the ducks are wondering why he needs that
     
  2. troy2000
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    Then there are the classic designs: simple, yet elegant.
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  3. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Wood Butcher

    Simply stated, IIII like it! Still not gator proof, though.
     
  4. nukisen
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    lol! I just love the sight of this man sitting on the table. Also the draft must be very low on this case and also with an outboarded engine.
    I just say for 44bucks. Give it a try and you surely have as fun as i did with mine.
     
  5. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Wood Butcher

    Too bad it isn't a "pool" table.
     
  6. hoytedow
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    Any gators in Sweden?
     
  7. nukisen
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    Haha! The most danger with Swedish water is that you can get wet if you fall in the water. :)
     
  8. nukisen
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    Damn Hoytedow!
    I did read your link posted earlier in thread.
    If I where in your water I should concidering to make a boat out of a tanker or something. Hua! I am not interested to participate in a death roll.
    FORGET MY EARLIER POST! TRY TO FIND A SAFE BOAT!
     
  9. Bassboss
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    Thanks guys! But I'm not gonna build one THAT WAY any more!

    Was looking around the inter webs and found a way to get make a pontoon out of 2 littler soda bottles and wood!

    Alls we gots to do is go around the neighborhood(s) and get the recycle stuff and throw them in the back of the truck! It'll take about 50 of 'em to hold us up! All we need is water proof glue and tape and we tape & glue them together. 20 or so on each side and a flat thing of wood (like the one tom posted ). It'll 10' long 6' wide! About rather than using lawn chairs, we're gonna try to fasten a swivel seat onto a 5 gallon bucket for 360* degree castability! ;)

    Wish me luck, and I'll try to get pics!
     
  10. nukisen
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    Haha yes please do! Though we are not intersted to se anyone in the pic getting death rolled by gator. :)
     

  11. hoytedow
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    hoytedow Wood Butcher

    :cool: :cool: :cool:
     

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