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    ๐Ÿ“ Sheโ€™s doneโ€ฆmostly
    6 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi yโ€™all. Took the Grimm out to the pond today, we had a chance of rain all day and got sprinkled on several Timโ€™s, but we had fun! The Grimmershorn has been lettered and cleaned up, all functions work as advertised. Iโ€™m still having issues with the red paint below the waterline, I think I just didnโ€™t prepare the surface properly before spraying the acrylic. It scratches and peels easily. Iโ€™ll live with it for now, I still need to do a waterline stripe anyway, but later Iโ€™ll get some fine sandpaper, sand the bottom of the hull, repaint and apply the waterline stripe. Easy enough fix, but overall Iโ€™m happy with her. I settled on using 2 7 cell nimh 4200 mah packs in parallel, so I have 8400 mah on tap. Ran her for at least an hour, blowing the horn and ringing the ships bell, and when I did a voltage check after the run both packs were still showing a touch over 9 volts. This things just sipping juice! I have a video from today, thereโ€™s a lot of footage of the Grimm and us just horsing about, yโ€™all enjoy!!

    https://youtu.be/YhT15g-4Iok
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Sheโ€™s doneโ€ฆmostly
    6 months ago by DWBrinkman ( Midshipman)
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    Nice looking boat! As are all the boats in your "Harbour".
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    ๐Ÿ“ Almost there
    6 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    I spent the day fixing the bottom hull paint, installed anchors and chains, and started the lettering. The kit comes with sticky back litters that look more like plain paper than vinyl, so I gave the sheet a coat of white Tamiya lacquer then applied it to one side. I have to do the other side and the port name on the stern, then a little more touch up, odds and ends and a waterline stripe and sheโ€™s about as done as Iโ€™m going to make her.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Quick update
    6 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi yโ€™all, long time no post. I finally got the Grimmershorn in the water last Sunday. She needed 10 pounds of ballast to make the waterline with the battery I was using. The motor/gearbox combo Iโ€™m using is an old brushes planetary unit that was originally designed for model sailplanes before brushless became common. Itโ€™s geared about 3.8 to one, so I thought Iโ€™d need at least a 3 cell lipo pack to make speedโ€ฆturns out 3 cells is wayyyy more than this boat needs, 2 cells are quite enough. Only issue she had was the pinion gear started slipping on the second run. Turns out itโ€™s a press fit pinion, but I was able to silver solder it back in place. Did a quick bench test of holding the prop and adding power and nothing slipped, so I should be good. No more photos as yet as I want to do some touch up and add a few more details, but I have a video of our club that has the Grimm in it, along with me realizing the pinions slipping!!๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ
    Iโ€™ll finish this blog shortly with more pics and a better video, but hereโ€™s what I have for now.
    Cash
    https://youtu.be/ITjsF4O-oAc
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Quick update
    6 months ago by redpmg ( Commodore)
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    Good to see it on the water Cash - great build - looking forward to the final pictures & video
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    6 months ago by mturpin013 ( Vice Admiral)
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    A wonderful build a credit to you I must say Iโ€™ve been off site for some time now but have just read the blog from the star
    Well done
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    ๐Ÿ“ Lights wired up, sound card onboard, accessory function check completed
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi Yโ€™all. Did a little more today. The lights were soldered up to a Graupner SXM switch. This is a neat device, it allows you to run 4 different banks of lights from 1 channel and a 3 position switch. They are still being produced by Graupner, and itโ€™s 27.99 dollars. Easy to set up, works flawlessly. The part number is 3971.
    Iโ€™ve also added sound from a MrRCsounds sound card. Donโ€™t think Iโ€™ll use the engine sound this time, just the foghorn and bell.
    All my major electronics save the esc are mounted in the superstructure. Easier to get ready pondside, at least it is for me. Only drawback is that if I lose THIS superstructure, all my electronic bits will go with it. Iโ€™ll need some really good magnets and a mechanical attachmentโ€ฆpins, nylon screws, something that will keep at least one end tied down mechanically. Oh, checked motor and esc, thatโ€™s working well too. Just need to finish the helm and a few odds and ends and sheโ€™s ready!!

    https://youtu.be/MU3SWqboF2Y
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Lights wired up, sound card onboard, accessory function check completed
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Iโ€™m probably going with one motor and prop, primarily for ease of operation and reliability. Three props would look good though!!
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    8 months ago by Griss ( Chief Petty Officer 2nd Class)
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    Will be interested in your M.T.B. Build have seen a build in M&M mag but they have only utilised one prop. It would be nice to use all three?0
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Lights wired up, sound card onboard, accessory function check completed
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Thank you Ed.๐Ÿ˜€
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Lights wired up, sound card onboard, accessory function check completed
    8 months ago by figtree7nts ( Admiral)
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    Hi Cash,

    Great job on the build!
    I love the sounds and Lights!

    Regards, Ed
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    8 months ago by Rookysailor ( Commodore)
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    If you ever get fed up with the Stude Cash, I could give it a good home. Ha Ha, she is a Very Pretty motor.๐Ÿ˜Š

    Cheers, Pete
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Lights wired up, sound card onboard, accessory function check completed
    8 months ago by Rookysailor ( Commodore)
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    If you take a look in my harbour Cash you will see my Grimmershorn, not as good as yours, just bulit straight from the box, regarding ballast, I only had a 12v 7amp battery in, and it needed 60grms of lead in the stern, I've since sold it as I never really liked it to sail, and it was very bulky to travel with, hope this helps you a bit.๐Ÿ‘

    Cheers, Pete๐Ÿ˜Š
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Lights wired up, sound card onboard, accessory function check completed
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi Doug. I think your grandfather was right about bigger hardware, make sure it doesnโ€™t come loose..(a moment of silence for the crew of the original PT15s superstructure)๐Ÿ˜
    Iโ€™ve had a few good ideas handed to me by a couple of members of this board, going to think about it and see what works. The superstructure on this boat WILL be battened down securely, I can guarantee that!!
    I think sheโ€™ll be stable, there is a lot of hull under the waterline. Not looking forward to dragging her upstairs to the test tank but itโ€™s what needs to be done.
    Next project? I donโ€™t know. Probably first thing I need to do is revamp my shop for better storage of completed boatsโ€ฆthen, I need to really sit back and see what boats I want to keep and what I want to trade/sell. When I used to fly it was the same. Id build a ton of models over the course of a couple of years, only to find that realistically, I only flew a few of them a lot, and the rest were once in a while birds. Same with my boats. I have a couple that I just wear out, and several that I run off and on, and a couple that get splashed once in a blue moon..
    I received 2 kits for Christmas this year..an Italeri Vosper 77 that will be converted to RC, and a Deans Marine Kristina, a nice little herring drifter. I have a Midwest Jim Wilder tug in my โ€œstashโ€, really thinking about that as Iโ€™ve never done plank on frame, and I think from looking at the kit that it might be a very good introduction to that side of boat modelling.
    Anyway Doug, keep your fingers crossed, I should have the Grimm splashed in about 3 weeks!!
    Cash
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    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi Pete, thanks for the reply. Yep, that is a 1961 Stude Hawk..her name is โ€œPrettyโ€ coined by my daughter when she was 5, weโ€™ve had the car for a little over 10 years. Original 289, transmission changed to 200r4 auto a few years ago. Sheโ€™s my grocery getter, car show car and that long hood makes a heck of a plans holder!!
    Did you build a Grimmershorn? If so, any recollection what she ballasted to?
    Have a good evening Pete!
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    8 months ago by Rookysailor ( Commodore)
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    Looks like your fitting a lot more goodies in your Grimmershorn than I did Cash, and I'm sure it will be a lot better for it.
    btw, is that a Studebaker Hawk in the background I see in pic4? Nice motor๐Ÿ‘

    Cheers, Pete
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    8 months ago by RNinMunich ( Fleet Admiral)
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    Honk Hoooonk! Outa the way ducks, and anyone else, Cap'n Cash iza COMIN' THRU!!
    Nice job Cash๐Ÿ‘ All that's missing now is the ram-bock bow ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜
    Apropos "Iโ€™ll need some really good magnets and a mechanical attachmentโ€ฆpins, nylon screws, something that will keep at least one end tied down .."
    As Grandad used to say (who was actually a very skilled Master Carpenter who built a lot of intricate church furniture): "If all else fails use bloody great nails!"
    Reckon he might have picked that up while servicing early tanks in WW1.
    I guess though that Grimmershorn won't be making such violent turns as your PT Boat did.
    I hope not cos she might fall over on the door handles if she does!
    That was a productive 8 months๐Ÿ‘
    So what's next what's next on the McKinney yard slipway?
    Cheers, Doug ๐Ÿ˜Ž
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Lights wired up, sound card onboard, accessory function check completed
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Thatโ€™s my โ€œmove it ducksโ€ horn๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
    It is loud. Iโ€™m not using the engine sounds for now, the horn and maybe the ships bell. Think Iโ€™m gonna cruise her around in stealth mode once sheโ€™s fully trimmed, sneak up on a couple of our members doing more talking than boating and let โ€˜em have it with the foghorn!!๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ
    Hopefully I wonโ€™t get thrown in๐Ÿ˜
    Thanks for the kind words Peter. Most people on this board have much more boat modeling experience than I do, so I appreciate the comments when I do well, and also when I screw something up!!๐Ÿ˜‚
    Take care!
    Cash
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    8 months ago by redpmg ( Commodore)
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    Those lights look great Cash - that horn is really loud ! - easily wake up the neighborhood........
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    ๐Ÿ“ Mast done, funnel mast and lights installed
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi yโ€™all. Got the mast finished up. I shortened it a bit to make it easier so store and to transport. I painted bot the mast and funnel red, then installed the light fixtures, bulbs and wiring. I had to cut a channel in the backside of the mast to hide the wires, then hit that with another coat of paint. I also extended the radar arm up a bit, and finished installing all bulbs.
    Iโ€™m at the point to where I need to finish up under decks, and cut and solder the bulb leads prior to hooking up to a Graupner SXM electronic switch. I thought Iโ€™d have her in the water by next weekend, but thereโ€™s still more to be done, plus I need to touch up a few oopsies and finish up a couple of details before Iโ€™m satisfied with her. Ohโ€ฆballast. Need that too!!
    Cash
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    8 months ago by redpmg ( Commodore)
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    Not far to go Cash - looking forward to seeing Grimmershorn on the water !
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    ๐Ÿ“ Radar, windlass and liferaft station installed
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi yโ€™all, Merry day after Christmas!!
    I spent a good part of the day modifying a Lego into a radar housing. Itโ€™s a little short, but the radar works so thereโ€™s that. I was going to install a Graupner anchor windlass that Iโ€™d already built and painted, but I thought it didnโ€™t look quite right so I used the kit parts to build one, but I traced the parts on plasticard instead of using wood for the housing. I also installed the life raft station.
    Sheโ€™s close!! Next thing is the mast.
    Cash
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    8 months ago by redpmg ( Commodore)
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    Really taking shape now Cash - looking good !
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    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Thanks Rick๐Ÿ˜€
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    8 months ago by Newby7 ( Admiral)
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    Coming nicely Cash well done.
    Rick
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    ๐Ÿ“ Ladders lights and such
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi Yโ€™all. I decided to take some time this morning and finish my ladders, and work on some of the lighting. I had started on one ladder last week. I decided to make it easier on me by using brass tube and small split pins to assemble the ladder then solder it up. I had soldered the first 3 steps then decided that, since I have a mechanical attachment using the split pins, ca glue would do the job just abs out as well, so I caโ€™d the bottom steps and completely built the second ladder sans solder. Worked out nicely. I then painted and installed the ladders.
    I had built sideboards for the port/starboard nav lights from plastic sheet instead of the ply in the kit. These were painted gray and glued in place. The kit comes with solid brass โ€œlightsโ€ that are supposed to be painted up and installed, but I want my lights to light up, or at least have the option to do so. I ordered some light fixtures in the right diameter from Harbor Models in California. Theyโ€™re not terribly expensive, and you can remove the lens from the fixture, paint the fixture, then reinstall the lens..so thatโ€™s what I did. You could also leave the lamp fixture natural brass if wanted. I then drilled thru the sideboard and hull, then glued in the lamps.
    I also decided to do a working searchlight. Now, the Grimmershorn kit does not come with a nicely molded searchlight like the old Graupner and RoMarine/Robbe kits did. Instead, thereโ€™s a sheet of abs moldings that the body is located on, you cut that out and build the thing up from that and bent brass wire. Ugh. Fortunately I had a Robbe searchlight kit in my stash, I built and painted it up with bulb and wiring installed, then attached the assembly to the upper cabin roof.
    I have more to do, some other fittings and deck equipment, then itโ€™s on to the mast.
    Ohโ€ฆthanks for all the wonderful comments, they are much appreciated ๐Ÿ˜€
    Cash
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    ๐Ÿ“ More rails
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi everybody. Had a little time today to finish up and install the rails I bent up a few days ago. Nothing earth shattering, just test fit, drilled holes, and installed. The upper railing on the roof was the only one I had to solder up, the platform for the rearward white nav light is a repurposed Lego. I have to solder up the ladders and make up some smaller handrails, then itโ€™s on to the mast and lights.
    Cash
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: More rails
    8 months ago by xtramaths ( Able Seaman)
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    Mental note: take more care with rails; nice work
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    8 months ago by redpmg ( Commodore)
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    Coming along nicely Cash - looking forward to the finishing touches.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: More rails
    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi Peter. Iโ€™m thinking sheโ€™ll be ready by end of January, maybe early February. I keep finding things to take fault with and โ€œdo-overโ€. I think once the rails and mast are finished then the rest of the topside details will go fairly quickly, then itโ€™s a simple matter of radio install and ballast. Well, it SHOULD be simple. Weโ€™ll see..๐Ÿ˜
    Cash
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: More rails
    8 months ago by MouldBuilder ( Rear Admiral)
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    Looking good Cash. When do you think this will be ready for trials. I think it is going to look really good on the water.
    Peter.๐Ÿ‘
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    ๐Ÿ“ Starting brasswork
    9 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Past 2 evenings Iโ€™ve started the brasswork, railings and such. The upper railings werenโ€™t that hard to do once I figured out my angles. The forward cage, which I thought would be easier, turned out a little more difficult than I thought. I decided to glue the fwd inner uprights as I was pretty sure I would end up desoldering the upright they were being soldered to. There are brass bushings that are supposed to go into the holes drilled for the rails, but I decided not to use them, the rails are glued in directly. All this was built in situ, I drilled the holes for the rails and jigged/soldered them together on the boat. Since itโ€™s a wood cabin and not abs, thereโ€™s no worry about hot brass melting plastic.
    I have quite a bit more railings and hand rails to bend up, bit more soldering, then itโ€™s on to other details.
    Cash
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Starting brasswork
    8 months ago by MouldBuilder ( Rear Admiral)
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    Hi Cash.
    The Dรผsseldorf is a super boat to build especially with all of the functions.
    I have been working on the house in Hungary since my move but now that winter is here, I am spending more time on her. I have just completed the wiring diagram to allow for the 16 required channels. I am now starting to figure out how I can make a tidy job of the wiring to avoid birds nests. I am waiting for a label printer to arrive from Amazon to make this job a little easier. I will be updating the blog soon.
    Peter.๐Ÿ‘
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    8 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    Hi Peter. Howโ€™s the Dรผsseldorf coming along? I need to see if you still have a build log going. Thatโ€™s one of the boats that, when I was still mainly into RC flying, aught my eye. That and the Graupner Glasgow. Anyway, press on with the build and Iโ€™ll do the same!
    Cash
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Starting brasswork
    9 months ago by Newby7 ( Admiral)
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    Great work on the rails Cash,
    Rick
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Starting brasswork
    9 months ago by pressonreguardless ( Lieutenant Commander)
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    Nice Soldering very clean๐Ÿ˜Š
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Starting brasswork
    9 months ago by MouldBuilder ( Rear Admiral)
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    Railings are coming along nicely Cash. I have just had to do a load for Dรผsseldorf so know exactly how time consuming they can be. Satisfying when they go well though.
    Peter.๐Ÿ‘
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    ๐Ÿ“ Moving Forward!!
    9 months ago by Cashrc ( Captain)
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    I had the day off today, so I repainted the bulwarks, touched up the deck and got the new rub rail installed. Itโ€™s not perfect, but it fit and laid down much better, stretched around the bow with very little lifting, and I was able to do the entire circumference of the hull with one piece and one joint. Iโ€™m happy!!
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    9 months ago by Newby7 ( Admiral)
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    Looking good Cash Like the rub rail.
    Rick
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