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hkysk8r187
First Name:
Chad
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Grenier
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Birthday: (34 years old)
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My Boat
Boat Year:
2014
Boat Make:
Nautique
Boat Model:
G23
Tow Vehicle:
Ford F250 Super Duty Diesel
Recent Activity
9 day(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: Boat cover that covers swim step too?
My boat came with a separate cover for the swim platform. I actually like it better than one cover because the boat cover fits tighter that way. The swim platform cover just has elastic around the edge but fits very snugly and has a strap to secur...
10 day(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: DIY Mini Wake Boat
Ok, I did a wiring diagram. I could use some input on this since it's not something I know a lot about. This is how I have it wired now, and it seems to work, but is there anyone out there more knowledgeable? I want to make sure it's safe and does...
4 week(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: DIY Mini Wake Boat
Just got my steering parts in the mail. Thanks Amazon Prime! -1x 10" steering wheel made for a go kart -1x steering wheel mount to weld to the shaft to connect the wheel -2x pillow blocks to hold the steering shaft -12mm shaft (will need to ...
4 week(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: DIY Mini Wake Boat
Thanks for trying! I ended up just ordering a shaft seal and flax. I'll just do it the right way, plus the seal has a flange on the bottom so it should seal nicely to the bottom of the boat with some silicone instead of butt joint with a tube.
4 week(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: DIY Mini Wake Boat
Here is my "plan" for the motor going through the bottom of the hull. Because it would be very hard to put the trolling motor shaft right through the bottom of the hull and have a water tight seal while allowing the motor to turn left/right I h...
4 week(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: DIY Mini Wake Boat
Also, for the plans I did not put the top deck on there because I plan to just trace the boat onto the final sheet of plywood so it fits.
4 week(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: DIY Mini Wake Boat
[QUOTE=bass10after;1936600]This project is awesome. My cousin was asking me to build something similar for her son because he loves boats so much. How much money do you have into it so far minus the trolling motor and would you be willing to share...
4 week(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: DIY Mini Wake Boat
Dont care as much about the coloring as I plan to paint the entire thing, but do want a smooth finish. It's been 3 days now. Would you recommend gel coat when I get to the finish? I was just going to prime, paint with outdoor paint, and clear coat...
4 week(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: DIY Mini Wake Boat
Thanks for the tips G on slowing the epoxy down. The fast hardener has worked well for everything else but it a bit too quick doing the bottom hull. Didn't want to spend the extra $$$ for slow hardener so I just went for it. Didn't realize it woul...
4 week(s) ago
hkysk8r187 made a post in this thread: DIY mini wake boat
[QUOTE=grant_west;1936567]Cool Project I like what your doing. I personally think you should ditch the Idea of a inboard. For these reasons. A inboard is going to take up floor space, Your going to have to deal with Threw Hull issues and come up w...
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