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Author:  makenmend [ Thu May 08, 2014 12:34 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: starting a TV 15-32 in SC

I went with 1"* 1/4" outer rub rail and same inside gunnel with spacers between, made bulkhead and sub frames then formed deck (made flat panel on bench) [url][URL=http://s469.photobucket.com/user/makenmend/media/TV%2015-29/totolaker12andoutriggersprogress9_resize-1.jpg.html]Image[/url][/url]

Author:  makenmend [ Thu May 08, 2014 12:45 pm ]
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the deck glassed on bottom side[url][URL=http://s469.photobucket.com/user/makenmend/media/TV%2015-29/c5b95a1f-acf8-4ab6-a0ef-88cb08d01540.jpg.html]Image[/url][/url]then goopied on and glassed top side over lapping the rub rail.[url][URL=http://s469.photobucket.com/user/makenmend/media/TV%2015-29/totolaker12andoutriggersprogress.jpg.html]Image[/url][/url]

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Author:  grayduck [ Thu May 08, 2014 1:08 pm ]
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Makenmend - that's a pretty stripper right there! :lol:
So you used 1" x 1/4"? Just glued on and no hardware? I plan on doing cedar strips for decks too but I would like to skip on those internal frames if possible... thanks

Author:  makenmend [ Fri May 09, 2014 11:09 am ]
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skipping on the sub frames is nice until someone thinks it's a good place to sit ! 1st hand experience here !!
I'm about to make a 15-32 for a good friend, panels for bottom and sides are cut, scarfed and drilled, ready for when my friend visits memorial week end, so he can stitch it up and go 3d.
Bottom 3/8'',side 1/4'' marine ply the rest will be stripped, assembling the tumble home panels now.
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Author:  grayduck [ Mon May 12, 2014 8:52 am ]
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second wet out of glass
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using scraps quite a bit in this boat
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put 1/2 " 45 deg pvc elbow in bow and stern for lines
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deck trial
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Author:  grayduck [ Mon May 19, 2014 8:45 am ]
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a little bow heavy in this pic
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I ran the inner pieces of cypress up to bow and stern and raised them gradually at each end so I can sand down and have a shelf to glue the decks to. make sense? Because of the tumblehome you have to bring them higher for flat deck going from side to side.

Author:  grayduck [ Tue May 20, 2014 11:54 am ]
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now for some more fitting...

And I ordered some, shhh, paint. I know varnish seems to be the norm here but this one is going to be camo. :wink:

Author:  OnkaBob [ Tue May 20, 2014 11:06 pm ]
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grayduck wrote:
And I ordered some, shhh, paint. I know varnish seems to be the norm here but this one is going to be camo. :wink:


OK, but don't blame us when you can't find it............ :lol:

Author:  grayduck [ Wed May 28, 2014 1:47 pm ]
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Bob, that's funny. Maybe that should be my goal...

All the clamps I own
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And now time for sanding, filling, fairing and some fill the weave coats...

Author:  grayduck [ Tue Jun 03, 2014 12:21 pm ]
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rails done
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