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    well i'm board & its cold outside so i am going to post a bunch of pics of my fiberglass repair & motor etc.
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    i got pi**ed off it cracked yet again so i cut the whole dam area out & started fresh.
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    i think these are 1/2 done pics
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    more pics
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    Nice job...Do you plan on a speed coat... ect ? While your at that point, good time to do some other stuff.
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    Nice job, now you get to do the same thing to the inside to make a complete repair. If you don't, its going to crack yet again.

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    no speed coat this time. its already painted & buffed out sitting on the trailer . & yes i still have to do some on the inside. much easier. looking for the finish pics

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    some pics from the bottom
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    i found 1 finish pic. i wet sanded the back 1/2 ,buffed the whole bottom & waxed it a few times.i did not notice a difference in speed without the speed coat,as it was speed coated after the first bottom repair
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    i also had my trailer fenders cracking the plates that they were bolted to . so i welded gussets. i resprayed the outside frame of the trailer & also added new bunks,carpet & a extra brace on the long bunk for extra support as people seemed to think this was the cause of the cracking . i don't think so but it wasn't hard to do . not sure if it will hurt or not though.flexibility on the trailer? i recommend if you are going to paint a trailer to check all the welds on the frame inside & out . my trailer was cover pass welded & bondoed over so the body filler would start cracking . the backside of the welds were not complete so the the welds were cracking.where the frame comes together in the front the plate has a weld that was not done right either & after the first paint job it cracked right away also, right under the bow eye.also i recomend adjusting the trailer bunks before you paint.
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    these are the gussets . i also added a little stainless hardware & pulled the axle frame & assembly off the trailer frame to do this. i didn't want the welder to put burn marks into the frame paint
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    found some pics of the trailer
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    I fixed a small crack on the bottom of my sanger cruiser, but nothing like this! What kind of boat is this? That's a ton of work.


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    polished the pistons after i ground a little more relief for the valve.the valves were massaging the pistons
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