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    Hey guys, instead of reposting I will start a thread here also and update. I posted a thread in the Jet Boat section of my build...just getting started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Led View Post
    Hey guys, instead of reposting I will start a thread here also and update. I posted a thread in the Jet Boat section of my build...just getting started.
    Hey Led...where you from? Okie?

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    fixed the usual cracks in the back corners, starting reinforcing the bulkhead and filling the dash to even out the hole locations.

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    Led, that looks good what's next?


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    tonight the plan is to get the dash filled, and the rest of the boat prepped for primer, then another night or two of......ding ding ding...sanding...then primer on Thursday or Friday. Alter Ego sent me some paint schemes and I will be toying some designs.

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    nothin like sanding,sanding,sanding!!!! if you get bored...here's my build...Tintman's 1980 Youngblood TX19

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    Oh how I remember those nights and days! Good luck and keep us posted!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Widetrack View Post
    Oh how I remember those nights and days! Good luck and keep us posted!
    yeah me too! Fillin the dash was a beotch!

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    I glassed in new wood behind the holes, but I am tired of cutting circles out of the glass, the funny thing is that i was able to make a pattern with one of my skoal cans. I will get it built up enough to put a few full length layers over the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Led View Post
    I glassed in new wood behind the holes, but I am tired of cutting circles out of the glass, the funny thing is that i was able to make a pattern with one of my skoal cans. I will get it built up enough to put a few full length layers over the top.
    I replaced the wood behind mine too, and ground out the original holes and layed strips over the whole dash...its been 3 years and its stayed perfect... mine had alot of gauges at one time!

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    the wood was in very bad shape around some of the gauges, which was the primary reason, but after further inspection the gauges were not even close to evenly spaced.

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    sorry its rated R...but i had to share, a friend at work decided to help out with a design idea.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Led View Post
    sorry its rated R...but i had to share, a friend at work decided to help out with a design idea.
    say it aint so!!!!!



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    looks like something my ole man Drew
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