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>> Home > Forum > For Sale/Wanted > Springer tug Hull
Springer tug Hull
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Forum Posts: 185
25th Mar 2017 11:18  
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I have a Springer tug hull to dispose of.


Sorry all now moved on to new owners




All GRP Approx 18 inches long x 8 inches wide 5 inches deep.
All with a built in keel.
Can be built into anything you can think of..

If anybody would like one and just pay the postage
and maybe a small donation to the forum there more than welcome to one.


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Midlife306
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Forum Posts: 144
25th Mar 2017 13:09  
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PM sent👍
Cheers
Wayne

jarvo
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Forum Posts: 496
26th Mar 2017 14:02  
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P.M. sent


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Forum Posts: 185
27th Mar 2017 09:53  
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Pm Received and one sent

Midlife306
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Forum Posts: 144
30th Mar 2017 16:52  
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Mine arrived today, thanks very much!
The box and packaging were brilliant.
Cheers👍
Wayne

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Forum Posts: 185
30th Mar 2017 17:09  
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Your welcome I guess there need a little tidying up work .

Midlife306
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Forum Posts: 144
30th Mar 2017 20:57  
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I ordered a brushed motor for it last night, I'm on the lookout for the rest of the running gear. It sure is an interesting looking boat that me & my grandson will have fun building.
Thank you👍👍👍
Wayne

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Forum Posts: 185
31st Mar 2017 07:40  
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I am pretty sure it uses a 10 inch propshaft but one with an oiler would be far better than the stainless steel ones.


I used a small brushed motor and it is quite nippy with a platic two blade prop at 35mm and I think the total weight when ballast is fitted weights approx 3 to 3 1/2 kg

Ballast
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Forum Posts: 56
31st Mar 2017 14:00  
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Hi Sonar. Mine arrived at 1.45 pm, well packed and just what I expected, as you say a bit of tidying up but nothing too involved. Of course, you know it has put the cat amongst the pigeons with "her in doors" !!! She took the delivery and said "Not another model boat" !!! Anyway, thanks very much. I have now got a nice little project to start when I get bored with the others !!! Cheers.😊

Ballast👍


Alan
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Forum Posts: 185
31st Mar 2017 16:02  
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You may have got away with saying it was a toolbox.
Then later said I have an Idea for a tug boat..

Anyway Pleased you have it. and the possibilities for a design are endless..