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    Just ripped the floor and bulkhead out of the boat. Yeehah! pics to follow. Gotta finish it up by next weekend There is some nasty stuff under there. Deflated bags, rotten wood, etc etc. yuck! New interior comes next weekend so I'm going to be ready for it!

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    Cool Billy, Hope we see it Saturday evening or Sunday.
    Takin it home

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    pics please, hopefully it'll be easier than my dealio...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSBY View Post
    pics please, hopefully it'll be easier than my dealio...
    Hahaha I have fiberglass poisoning right now. It is just going to be a carpet floor so I am not going to go crazy like you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUSBY View Post
    pics please, hopefully it'll be easier than my dealio...
    Damn Busby, Why didn't you warn me how difficult this would be? I finally got all the glue out and everything ready to lay the floor. I ground a nice groove in my index finger with the angle grinder. I think it cauterized itself. It's deep but not bleeding I have a couple cell phone pics I'll get up eventually.
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    I have a lighter and a butter knife ready to go if you need it cauterized
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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    I have a lighter and a butter knife ready to go if you need it cauterized
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    Gotta love grinder burns, cuts and seals it all in one shot!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Some Kind Of Monster View Post
    Damn Busby, Why didn't you warn me how difficult this would be? I finally got all the glue out and everything ready to lay the floor. I ground a nice groove in my index finger with the angle grinder. I think it cauterized itself. It's deep but not bleeding I have a couple cell phone pics I'll get up eventually.
    Hey ... I tried to post up everything I could ... I think this is the last time I restore a boat.

    Hope your project gets smoother & finger turns out ok.

    Post those pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldelmn8tr View Post
    Gotta love grinder burns, cuts and seals it all in one shot!
    i was surface prepping some alum plates i was gonna polish and my air grinder with a scotchbrite rololoc fell off my bench, my dumbass brain tells my legs to clamp together and catch it since my hands were full. of course when i caught it between my legs and above my knee caps, it hit the trigger and off it went. hurt like a mofo and tore up some good jeans lesson learned got 2 big deep scars on each leg now.

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    This was after minimal work. It's come a lot more since then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Some Kind Of Monster View Post
    This was after minimal work. It's come a lot more since then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigern View Post
    WOW
    ... and thats why I was holding back on the pictures. Thanks for the encouragement Ern. New seats come home Saturday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Some Kind Of Monster View Post
    This was after minimal work. It's come a lot more since then.
    lookin good, now comes the fun part, wooohoooooo

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