I can send you a long holesaw to borrow...like in my video..cuts a very nice hole...
Thanks Lou but that's be a helluva price to ship it! The propshaft hole has been drilled already. The v-drive, strut and shaft are installed but no turn-fin yet. Very soon tho...
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How about an end mill? Any suggestions? I've never used an end mill on fiberglass. Anyone have any experience using one before I start butchering?
I made a steel plate jig. Started with two holes and used the jig with locating pins. Pictures available if needed.
I finally got all of my holes cut and everything lined up. How much of the sealant (Marine tex or Sea Goin putty) do I need In order to properly seal my flatbottom? Drop-thru turn-fin, drop-thru strut, drop-thru whip-strut, shaft-log seal and rudder.
Thanks for the help!
I can of heavy duty Sea Goin' from Rex will do it. Use he Sea Goin', trust me!
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