CS 25 Stuart FL

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Re: CS 25 Stuart FL

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That is an awesome looking boat!! 8)



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Re: CS 25 Stuart FL

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Man, that is really looking nice!!!!!

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Re: CS 25 Stuart FL

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Thanks
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Re: CS 25 Stuart FL

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Walkers Run wrote:Got the boat back from the welder. He did a great job!

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Hi Buddy, I keep on looking at the pics since she is such a beaut.
This through hull hole on this pic - is that a gas tank compartment vent, piped from the bottom?
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Re: CS 25 Stuart FL

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Antoine.
It's the tank vent. Forward tank port side, aft tank starboard.
Sorry no new pics lately
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Re: CS 25 Stuart FL

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8) :D 8)

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Re: CS 25 Stuart FL

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I haven't updated in a while. I've busy with lots of different details. Hours of drilling filling and re-drilling. Lots of sanding finishing my hatches and hard top. Started pulling wire, I will enjoy this phase of the build
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Test fit a new cooler
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Pumps
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Holes
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Hard top almost done. Ready for paint
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Tackle center
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Trim tabs. The Armstrong bracket is on the way. (5-6) weeks.
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Dry fit console stuff.
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I'm getting close fish blood on the decks!
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Re: CS 25 Stuart FL

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Beautiful work :!:
Completed GF12 X 2, GF16, OD18, FS18, GF5, GF18, CL6
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Re: CS 25 Stuart FL

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Wow Bob 8)

Im starting to think this is not the first boat you have built :!:

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