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bsharer last won the day on June 9 2018

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  1. You nailed it. It is a curse. I enjoy doing this kind of stuff myself, but it is challenging at times! The next big project might be a swim platform. Narrow but deeper like the newer Moomba's or Supra's and raised up so it doesn't cut into the surf wave, a lip on the back to protect the boat from boards, cup holders like the new Centurions, and maybe some recessed pockets to hold onto like the Mastercraft's had.
  2. If you are in the Dallas/Ft.Worth area I certainly don't mind helping!
  3. Thanks guys! A couple of other things to note... I coated both pieces with a few coats of epoxy to waterproof prior to covering them. If I were to do something like this again I would probably use MDF for anything that would have any routed edges or rabbeting. I had to fill in a few areas where the cuts were at the layers of plywood when doing the back cut for the screen to sit flush, and smooth a few areas from the 45* router bit. I initially wanted to use some of the left over vinyl from my interior replacement, but I didn't have big enough pieces. The dark grey and red
  4. I got this aftermarket premade subwoofer box and subs from a coworker for free. I quickly tested it out and it sounded better than the 12" sealed box I had just sitting under the helm. It looked to be a tight fit and thought Id give it a try. I have basic wood working tools. Jig saw, sand paper, square, etc. I borrowed an electric handheld router, 45* bit and straight template bit. My basic goals were: 1. Hide the ports and cover up the box entirely 2. Have as much leg room as I possibly can 3. Come up with a finished layout that matched the rest of the interior 3
  5. The transition to the oval piece turned out perfect!
  6. Nice! Thats a tight fit in between there. I took down my 2 post lift a few months ago when I sold my last hot rod. I used it more to double stack cars than I did for repairs, maintenance and upgrades. I couldn't get the boat in my garage with the approach angle Ive got to clear the posts. This was the first winter with the boat in the garage and I love it!
  7. Wow. You are an animal. That was quite the project. The amount of really good work that went into this is amazing! I'm going to have to go through the custom parts album again.
  8. I needed a quick and cheap way to remove the engine, trans and v-drive fluids. 5 gallon bucket w lid small hose fitting to attach hose to bucket inside and out vacuum cleaner/shop vac something for the vacuum hose to attach to bucket It does not need to be overly complicated. Any shop vac or house vacuum with a hose attachment will work. The suction hose/fitting you use needs to seal to the bucket. The flange/pipe/fitting you use to connect to the vacuum hose doesn't have to be completely sealed to work. It helps if it is a snug fit before you turn on the
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