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    More hull work
    Nothing exciting this go-around. I added the rub strips to the hull, and the aft platform. I found that I inadvertently used the 3mm rub strip material for the inner deck supports!!! And, what makes this worse, is that I measured the abs beforehand, and I
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    it looked 4mm on the ruler, which is the size called for to reinforce the hull/deck joint. Sooooo....I used some 1/8th spruce and hard balsa stripwood with the remnants of the 3mm abs that I had left, and it turned out fine. I also applied a little Tamiya filler at the hull/deck joint and gave that a good sanding when dry. Iโ€™ll give the upper hull and deck a light coat of primer possibly tomorrow, that will help show any blemishes that need to be addressed before the hull is painted.
    21 days ago by Cashrc


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