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Precedent Huntsman 34" Print Booklet
Author: canabus   Posts: 3   Photos: 24   Subscribers: 0   Views: 332   Responses: 12   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
Window Repairs - Posted: 10th Aug 2017
I repaired one side and made a window for the forward window.

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Response by rolfman2000 on the 10th Aug 2017
I picked up a 46" Huntsman yesterday, so i have the same sort of restoration as you have, but bigger 😕 First thing to sort is the "started" planning on the decking. There must be somewhere I can buy strips of timber to plank with to save making my own. And what does one use to represent the black interplank waterproofing ? Otherwise I have to take off the bits already glued on. Cheers guys, Dave W 😊
Cabin Repair - Posted: 3rd Aug 2017
Hi All
Started on fixing the bits I broke in removing the old paint.
The forward window had a gap in the middle to the deck, so I added timber behind the bottom of the window and filled in the gap.
Masking tape to the deck and combing, a lump of filler, sit the cabin down and wait for the filler to dry.
Remove cabin, masking tape, trim and sand down.
As the aft of the cabin sits over the deck a fair bit, I added a plywood piece back to the combing so to strengthen the aft cabin area and replaced the bottom section under one of the windows.
Remodelling this boat and building the SG&K 1920 Gentleman's Runabout is keeping me busy!!!
This retirement is great, but, I still liked my old job.
Precedent Huntsman 34" - Posted: 24th Jul 2017
Hi All
I bought this boat as a unfinished project with an used radio and Merco 40 motor.
Sold the motor with the new electric starter and started pulling the boat apart.
Removed all the old driveline etc.
Repaired the forward deck and removed the paint.
Stripping down the cabin to repaint, also removing cockpit floor and seats.

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Response by RNinMunich on the 8th Aug 2017
Sounds neat , but where are the before and after pics ?? 🤔
Response by canabus on the 9th Aug 2017
Hi All
Yes we all like pics and I also installed the rudder servo!!!

Response by RNinMunich on the 9th Aug 2017
Bit fuzzy 🤔 but I get the drift 😎