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john211
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Jonathan Bay
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05 murray
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05 murrays (eject, not hold)
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06 cc sv211
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14 day(s) ago
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14 day(s) ago
john211 made a post in this thread: Hydrophase RideSteady Install on 89 Supra Sunsport
I will read this more carefully another day. I don't know what you did ... but ... it not only looks great !!! ... it also surely looks like a project to scare me. What I really like what you did (from what I skimmed), is that you got underneath...
4 week(s) ago
john211 made a post in this thread: Opinion on value of Wakeboard
is that the can-opener board? if so, i doubt even $50
4 week(s) ago
john211 made a post in this thread: Tower base
Again, I agree with your inclination that you should make a filler. Doing so by 3D printing? I'm a generation too old to give that any thought. But soft aluminum? The forces your filler is being asked to handle seem to me ... thinking about it a...
4 week(s) ago
john211 made a post in this thread: Tower base
Anyway, there's some food for thought. Regarding adhesive-backed anything and then the desire to get rid of the adhesive gum afterwords ... think that through before hand. One sure way to get rid of left-over adhesive gum on aluminum is to sand ...
4 week(s) ago
john211 made a post in this thread: Tower base
If you get no other inputs, and if this were my own job, I'd be doing what you're thinking. Looking at your colored drawing, I would think that the blue "filler" would be pretty necessary for good distribution of the load between the base of the ...
4 week(s) ago
john211 made a post in this thread: Hole patch
I'm serious about what I'd do. Get a large-headed plastic fastener. Nylon? Chamfer that hole slightly in the gel coat so as to hopefully eliminate sites where cracks can initiate and then propagate from there. Slather 5200 around that fastener in ...
4 week(s) ago
john211 made a post in this thread: Hole patch
If I did this to my own boat, I patch it the unfussy way. Quarter inch truss head fastener with sealant and/or rubber washer ... ant then think of it like it's ornament like rhinestones on a country-western belt buckle.
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