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- hi all,
We have prepared a web site for our yacht building
firm, and I wish to submit its URL to yachting/
boating portals like boatbuilder.com
But I dont know much sites. I searched on yahoo but I
found only 4 or 5 marine directories.
So at this point I need your help to find such portals
and submit my site.
Can you send me URLs of these portals?
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Look at the bottom under "cold galvanizing compounds"
--- In bolger@y..., willsamson@y... wrote:
> > If it's only the top that is causing grief, why not have a wider
> > welded to the top for the tiller to attach to? It could be
> sided to
> > allow more bearing surface, which would cut down the wiggle even
> I'd thought about that, but the wider bit at the top couldn't be
> galvanised in situ, and would prevent the rudder and stock from
> drawn out through the hole for galvanising - unless you know of an
> effective alternative to hot-dip galvanising that can be done on
> At the moment, Chuck Leinweber's suggestion of a pilot 'plug' fixed
> to the 2" auger bit sounds feasible. I could make the plug from
> hardwood and epoxy it onto my 2" bit. I hope that would be strong
> enough - and then it could be removed later. Alternatively, a
> of copper tubing could be used as the plug, and soldered onto the
> bit. No great problem to un-solder it afterwards.
> Thanks again for all your thoughtful replies.
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Levent OZDEMIR wrote:
> hi all,
> We have prepared a web site for our yacht building
> firm, and I wish to submit its URL to yachting/
> boating portals like boatbuilder.com
> But I dont know much sites. I searched on yahoo but I
> found only 4 or 5 marine directories.
> So at this point I need your help to find such portals
> and submit my site.
> Can you send me URLs of these portals?
> Thank you
> Levent OZDEMIR
> Naval Architect