Woods Skoota 32DM

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jonnymac wrote: Sun May 08, 2022 6:53 pm warm weather looks like its good for getting some stuff done!
70 degs is warm weather? I was thinking more like a front pushed in and it dropped 20 deg or so!

Everything is looking good FallGuy. What did you do about the seat upholstery issue?


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70 feels like summer to me right now 😜

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jonnymac wrote: Sun May 08, 2022 8:21 pm 70 feels like summer to me right now 😜
Heck if it hit 60 here we would be having a deadly heat wave :roll:

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Great progress FallGuy!!! Jeff

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Looking good fallguy!!!! Tom
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Nice!

You might want to sit in it in the dark with the lights on to ensure the forward led isn’t glaring in the eyes. The angle makes it look lower than you probably have it.
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Nice work FG and it looks great!!! Jeff

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Jaysen wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 6:37 am Nice!

You might want to sit in it in the dark with the lights on to ensure the forward led isn’t glaring in the eyes. The angle makes it look lower than you probably have it.
Yeah. The good bit is I can run it red or white or off with a low blue glow.

I'm going to power it from the nav light circuit. So it'll only work with nav lights on.
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Re: Woods Skoota 32DM

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A shoutout to Aripeka Angler today and great gratitude.

Last week, we built his profile for the bathroom door jambs. It was a lot of work. I modified it a tad bit for weight reduction.

Not going to epoxy until the door is done to make sure we don't have any twist in the BH or any tweaks. The BH is glassed on top to the roof and bottom to sole, so we had to accomodate the jamb by overcutting the dado.

Anyhow, I got this off the saw for now.

Door building and step building is next.
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