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    whats Up Guys,im Pretty New To The Forum I Recently Purchased A 81' Sunkisst Tunnel Hull,im Looking To Do The Interior Over The Correct Way.can Anyone Provide Me With A Link ,photos Or Some Info On This Boat!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHRISG82 View Post
    whats Up Guys,im Pretty New To The Forum I Recently Purchased A 81' Sunkisst Tunnel Hull,im Looking To Do The Interior Over The Correct Way.can Anyone Provide Me With A Link ,photos Or Some Info On This Boat!!
    thanks,chris:d
    welcome chris, probably post some pics to show what you got so some of the experts on interior can tell you what you need to do etc..you need to give them some info for help, hang in there they will be chimming in soon..

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    im Having Problems Posting Pics,but Im Looking For General Info And Other Sunkisst Tunnel Pics If Possible As Well As The Interior. Thanks For The Reply Cant Wait To See What Comes Up!!!!!!!!
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    The nice thing about not having an interior, is being able to design it the way you want it. Its a pretty simple process of making the frames and having an upholsterer finish it up. I would post up my pics that I did, but they're over at the other site they won't let us have our gallery back.

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    Here Is More Pics
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    sorry Bout Them Being Seperate Still Learning
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    Here's some of an ole Wolfer I use to have(copy of a Sunkist) .Not show quality but lake freindly
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    Chris, didnt you just buy a rear seat for the Kisst ?
    No more Mr. Nice Guy !

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    i Did.... Im Not Worried Bout The Rear. Just Want The Fronts Done Right The Way They Originally Were .the Way He Has Them Now Is Mounted On A Aluminum Plate That Goes Across The Two Seats On The Bottom.i Believe They Were Originally Mounted On The Stringers...is That Correct???? AND ALSO FIBERGLASS BARREL SEATS CORRECT??

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    Mine were just mounted on the stringers and they flexed the stinger side to side.So I mounted a plate between them to keep them from flexing.Worked exellent.
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    nice boat. Is that an A impellar?

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    yes An A Impeller

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    Did you buy that from Deleware Dave? That boat looks familiar. I have a Sunkisst Gullwing and just finished my interior. Ill post pics in a few.....


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    I too want to see pix of the gullwing.Chris...you gonna make Anna? You can get a good look at my boat while you are there.Now its not a Tunnel ,its a Gull.I had a friend that looked at your boat before Del. Dave looked at it.My buddy didnt buy it cause he thought the seats would sit up too high for his liking.
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