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>> Home > Forum > Hobby Chit Chat! > Pram Floorboards Yes or No?
Pram Floorboards Yes or No?
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Ron
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Forum Posts: 89
5th Jan 2018 21:06  
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Some Prams designs have plane floors while others use floorboards. In your opinion what is best?


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figtree7nts
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Forum Posts: 340
6th Jan 2018 00:08  
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I think a Pram with floor boards would be better.
I believe the floor boards are there to help keep your feet dry.
If water collects in the Pram the floor boards will keep your feet dry!
But this is only my opinion!


"Fair winds calm Seas"
Dave M
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Forum Posts: 1468
6th Jan 2018 10:23  
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Have to agree. In my experience all small boats ship water and a nice raised floor board helps keep you dry.
Ron
I guess we all have local traditions and sayings and it really isn't important what we do use as long as we understand.
It appears to be a singularily Continental concept that we should all have to comply with their way.
If your original Pram had boards then model them, if not follow the original design and keep true to scale.


Live long and prosper

Dave
Ron
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Forum Posts: 89
6th Jan 2018 14:12  
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Dave, I am not following a precise plan. I made up some of it, just looked at posted pictures. I knew I needed it to be 1”=1’ no longer than an 8”

Ron
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Forum Posts: 89
9th Jan 2018 04:31  
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The Pram is done. Floorboards were added, plus oars locks and oars.


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figtree7nts
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Forum Posts: 340
9th Jan 2018 12:33  
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Hi Grandpa,

Your Pram looks great!
The floor boards add some fine details.
The little man rowing the oars is fantastic!👍


"Fair winds calm Seas"