Im in the prosses of the stripdown and wondered if i really need them
Pretty tough to ever match or touch up the "flake" I suspect your boat (like mine) was originally produced without rail Tommy boat is capped already but has the 1/2" aluminum rub rail, id love to throw the rub rail away but what do you do with the rivet holes. theyre all along the metalflake part of my boat that i doubt is matchable
Boats are layed up in 2 pieces. The seam is where the boats halfs come together. A cap job (capping) bonds the two halfs eliminating the seam.Well im not sure what capes is but as for the work i am fillin all the holes but the jet and startin like a brand new hull so how much work is it or will i not know untill the rail is off and then what am i lookin for
I have the same dilema. Capped looks 1000% better. But I am stuck because the original gelcoat is metalic silver with graphics.Im in the prosses of the stripdown and wondered if i really need them
If you need any help along the way, drop me a dime, I may be able to get you out of any predetermined binds along the way!After seein these pic my rail is gone wish me luck
WTF? I don't drink that diet shit!!! :|errIf you need any help along the way, drop me a dime, I may be able to get you out of any predetermined binds along the way!
Its really not that bad, just relax and take your time, it will be worth it when you are looking down the side of it with a cold beer in hand while its on the hook! (Or a diet Pepsi if you are that Vdrive video guy, wich I have rarely trusted anyone who did not drink!sphss)
check your pm's