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Longshaft on AF4?

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I ran a longshaft 7.5 on my AF4 for a while until I purchased a short shaft 15. It worked just fine. If you decide to keep your longshaft, it's not too big a
jmbell1
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12:06 PM

'91 Evinrude 9.9 on an AF4

(4)
I just rebuilt a Honda 2 hp 4 stroke that lost it's oil. Just had to replace rings & seals. Runs great.I have an aversion to all things Evenrude. Honda was
Martin Houston
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May 20

Paulsboat built as an open boat

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or as an alternative how about a modest percentage increase in size of a Toto? A 20% enlargement would increase the length from 13' to 15.6' and would
chrispychrispy2000
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May 18

74 sq. ft. Michalak Balanced Lug

(4)
The orange section in the sail is a piece of orange tarp left over from making an all-orange Ladybug sail for a customer. .
polysail
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May 14

Performance-- Larsboat and Toto

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Well yeah sure it is a sailing canoe purpose designed to be sailed. That said Jim Michalak's points out it is a compromise as he says in the Paul's boat
chrispychrispy2000
15
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May 11

Lee Board

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I've had that problem with flat boards as you describe, and have found that carrying the taper back 3 inches or so, say from a 3/8 or 1/4 rounded edge solves
Michael Behensky
5
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Apr 6

best shaping tool

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I use a 7 in for roughing, 4 1/2 in for finishing, then 1/2 sheet viberator & sanding blocks. On Monday, March 30, 2015 12:45 PM, "tdsoren@yahoo.com
Martin Houston
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Apr 2

Paint

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Yeah I agree. The old paint needs to come off. A good scratch sanding, a two part primer, then a single part urethane topside paint. Dave On Tuesday, March
David Calloway
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Mar 31

Mayfly 16

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I took a different route,  and built up the rudder with stepped 1/8in plywood.   Then faired it with drywall compound before glassing.  On my wife's 18ft
ptfrohne
40
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Mar 31
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