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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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5:21 PM

best shaping tool

(14)
AND watch out for differential hardness of spring and summer wood: my ripply rudders and leeboards (fir plywood) needed fairing with thickened epoxy before I
jmichalsbrown
14
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4:42 PM

Mayfly 16

(40)
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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3:55 AM

Boats and Lightning Strikes

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There is only 1 way to keep your rudder on in the Texas 200. THRU BOLTS!!! Otherwise you are kidding yourself, & everyone els.   There is only 1 way to keep
Martin Houston
3
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Feb 21

Campjon, make bottom thicker?

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Chris, Thanks for the ideas! Duke
redlegduke
16
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Feb 15

Expected speeds on 'Jonsboats'

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wife and i want to do same trip.We have A Hartley ts 16 with 7.5HP Evinride.  "There is magic in the feel of a paddle and the movement of a canoe, a magic
john colley
3
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Feb 11

"Bottoms Up!" New AF3 by Michalak

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Looking forward to seeing a Normsboat. Almost built it but opted for the AF3 for a singelhander.Looks easier to get off an oyster reef, which I did have some
Martin Houston
5
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Feb 8
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