I'm hoping for the best along with the everyone else. Good luck Jacques.
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- Thu Nov 12, 2020 9:55 am
- Forum: Builder's Power Boats
- Topic: C17 in New Zealand.
- Replies: 209
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Yeah, I see, an overall sand on questionable areas is surely in order. After that how about some kind of microballoon mix for a fairing mix? You wouldn't need much.
- Wed Nov 11, 2020 9:09 am
- Forum: Small Boats
- Topic: Mike Schwind's SK14 Build
- Replies: 50
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I agree with Brian. I have a little 1" skeg and don't slide much with 5 hp. I would fair first as I think it may be easier to scrape/sand off a bit of the final fairing where the skeg fits than to fair with the skeg in the way.
You'll fly with that Yamaha 9.9. Double my Tohatsu 5 and I move along an easy 12mph with a big trolling motor and battery on the nose. I have to be a little careful gunning it in a turn as I can lose my balance a bit if not paying attention. Nice progress on the fairing.
- Sat Oct 17, 2020 1:33 pm
- Forum: Questions before purchasing the plans and announcements..
- Topic: Truck Bed?
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Okoume is great. That's what I used. Long shaft can work I think by simply cutting the transom taller. Oet's hear about that from others.
- Sat Oct 17, 2020 10:15 am
- Forum: Anything else and for sale. . .
- Topic: Trolling for spanish mackerel
- Replies: 15
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I'm far from expert 'cuz I've only gotten into them a few times. When I did, I think they'd hit any shiny thing thrown at 'em. In a power boat I'd drift and throw spoons or whatever down wind, 'cuz it's easy to power up and run back upwind after a drift. With sail, I see how trolling makes sense. Tw...