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Greg, did you have issues getting the torpedo net drilling template to lay out on the hull? I plan to cut it out of the instruction sheet and tape it onto the hull.

Glad I have that little Ryobi drill and chuck for all the holes. The drill turns slow enough that I had no issues with plastic gumming up the drill flutes.

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I photocopied a few sets of the plan (inA3), then cut them as a strip. Makes it easier to align. The starboard side is actually different to the plans. Not that easy but it HAS to be in a strait line for the nets to sit flush and aligned  (if you deploy them). 

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