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    Re: The Harbor Master Called me Today

    Do you have that shiny new engine running yet?
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    Re: A great new glue!

    i bought the kit a few years ago and found that it held a bit, but was not very strong. maybe i was only gluing the edges?was trying to repair something plastic like they advertised. still have it...
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    Re: "Angus" the Chicago Mini Tug

    nice work. where did you find the tubing that you are using with your heater? i need some to use when tuning my engine in the garage. thx ahead of time.

    jim
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    Re: Oil leak in rebuilt Chrysler Crown M47-S

    or plug it with a piece of wood. :rolleyes:

    jim
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    Re: 1956 Cochran Cruser Runabout hull rebuild

    on that butt joint that is bolted you can do better. you can scarf the two pieces and join them with epoxy or butt them with a similar small piece only using epoxy. also there is the payson method...
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    Re: Oil leak in rebuilt Chrysler Crown M47-S

    talk to the rebuilder?

    jim
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    Re: 1956 Cochran Cruser Runabout hull rebuild

    google turned up a few places including The Bolt Depot.com. shows many types of screws. i like the square drive ones.

    jim
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    Re: 20 Lumber Yard Skiff

    quick start. good luck

    jim
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    Re: 1956 Cochran Cruser Runabout hull rebuild

    refasten as needed with galvanized screws. after pulling an old fastener coat the hole with ospho to kill any rust. after the bottom is tightened up sand it down good and coat with epoxy. then...
  10. Re: Building "shoe" for Spike (Oughtred Design) = Convertible skiff to sail-motor-sai

    just found this! amazing work pate. i think you must be an engineer after all that nice work. i am looking forward to your tests and finally ride in venice. cool trolley!

    jim
  11. Re: Changing the boats around in the boat yard and the workshop

    nice job!

    jim
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    Re: 1956 Cochran Cruser Runabout hull rebuild

    ned, should the bottom be wooded then sprinklered or should it be wooded and seam compounded then paint and finally sprinklered? i am no expert but i don't think it looks too bad. pretty place sand...
  13. Re: Changing the boats around in the boat yard and the workshop

    nice work as usual!

    jim
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    Re: Some outboards look just right.

    nice. how old is the motor? also, how do you have the steering set up? i don't see a wheel.

    jim
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    Re: Marisol skiff restoration, central New York

    nice find. keep us up to date as you refinish it.

    jim
  16. Re: Henrietta: The Columbia River Gillnetter turned Downeast Lobster Boat

    henrietta is looking good. did you replace the motor mounts or just clean them up? as chris said an amazing 3 days worth of work. that deere sure looks purty now!

    jim
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    Re: The Harbor Master Called me Today

    that shot of the float plane brought back memories of my summer in the juneau area. question tho, where does that train go? loaded on a barge? the new wing looks good too.

    jim
  18. Thread: My H28

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    Re: My H28

    pretty boat and will be following your progress. good luck.

    jim
  19. Re: Extending a 19 foot Center Console Stitch and Glue Hull

    i don't know a thing about what deadrise is best, but this is certainly an interesting mod. good luck.

    jim
  20. Thread: My Thompson

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    Re: My Thompson

    nice boat and looks like you are making good progress. did you have a hard time flipping it?

    jim
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    Re: Building a 32f gaff cutter

    great idea on flipping the planer. took me a minute to figure it out-i thought the pic was upside down at first. coming along nicely.

    jim
  22. Re: 1927/8 Chris Craft Cadet / Runabout / First Wooden Vessel Restoration

    neat old boat. good luck locating the original engine. is this all at a marina storage area? sure will be following along.

    jim
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    Re: Build of my 34' Venus Ketch

    love this one.
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    Re: The Harbor Master Called me Today

    ok, what's left on the punch list that HAS to be done before splash time and whenis that day? or have you already mentioned it. still in a drought?

    jim
  25. Re: One insane englishman trying to rebuild the 1910 gaff cutter Tally Ho, in WA. (VI

    yup. so true lup

    jim
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    Re: A trailerable box keel motorsailer

    skara, that not only looks like a great shop but i bet it is. reminds me of an old farm i bought in the 70's with a bunch of out buildings. with out being too personal, do you have a pic of the...
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    Re: Wood - Plywood - Epoxy bond, re-building my ketch Tonga

    i certainly do not understand conic sections, et al, but i think phil's idea of a king plank and battens seems the easiest. sorta like chris's last suggestion.

    jim
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    Re: Pilothouse build on a 26'

    nice work. what is the core material of the mdo?

    jim
  29. Thread: Skookum Maru

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    Re: Skookum Maru

    great start to a new thread. when's your next cruise?

    jim
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    Re: Restoration of the BC Salmon Troller "Petrel"

    i sure wish i lived closer and was a bit younger, i would love to have her. i bet there are many interested folks out there. best of wishes to her and you. if you do sell it will you move skookum...
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    Re: 1962 Tasman Seabird - New Deck

    wow, you certainly not wasting any time. good job on getting the old engine out with that neat gantry too.

    jim
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    Re: Building a 32f gaff cutter

    great thread and nice machines. be following for sure.

    jim
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    Re: Restoration of the BC Salmon Troller "Petrel"

    the stove instal looks great, especially the overhead copper. nice job!

    jim
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    Re: Building Ninigret

    just found this thread and am enjoying it, thx. keep up the pics of your progress please..

    jim
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    Re: Fibreglass stern tube.

    happy medicare bruce, it is my b'day also-76. on a side note, when i turned 65 my health went to hell in a hand basket, but i did have medicare, especially part d. i would rather be 64. good...
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    Re: A trailerable box keel motorsailer

    progress! looking good.

    jim
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    Re: The Harbor Master Called me Today

    i think the windows turned out very nicely. great winter work in a warm basement! for the dash insert i vote for the engined turned one-classy.

    jim
  38. Re: Winter work on a classic mahogany ski boat - 1958 Century Resorter

    still following. nice machine work.

    jim
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    Re: Spring work down at the boatyard and workshop

    that looks like a lot of work. will be watching.

    jim
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    Re: Kate LK 126. A Zulu Herring Drifter...

    great moving job for a great boat! looking so sweet.

    jim
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    Re: Farallone Clipper #15 restoration

    wow, that's quite a difference.. really looking good. what's next?

    jim
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    Re: Macomber 15' Traditional Skiff Build

    sounds like fun!

    jim
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    Re: Farallone Clipper #15 restoration

    that is very pro looking job. is the rest of the bulwark in sound condition, or at least keeping the water out? i just reread the whole blog and i think part of your yard expense could be justified...
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    Re: Restoration of the BC Salmon Troller "Petrel"

    that looks like pro metal work there. are there stand offs behind copper? nice job.

    jim
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    Re: Shantyboat Build

    very nice job! looks like fun too.

    jim
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    Re: 17 foot Wood Boat Repower

    beautifully shaped boat and a beautiful barn. a toss up as to which i would rather have. lol

    jim
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    Re: 1962 Tasman Seabird - New Deck

    i think it might be time to call in the engine pros. they might save you another month on the hard. have you thought about where you will place your new filters? well, good luck and nice job on...
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    wow! fast work.

    jim
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    Re: 17 foot Wood Boat Repower

    that could be a drive shaft at the bottom of the pile of wood. if you could take off the tarp and remove some of the loose stuff then take some pics it would help a lot, but it looks well built.
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    Re: A trailerable box keel motorsailer

    wow, that is a beautiful location (in the summer!). must be a large lake to accomodate the large ship in the pic.

    jim
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