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  • Birthday 01/15/1957

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  1. Somebody knows watt this curve rope in blue on the AL rigging plans mean?
  2. Can i install the dead eye or if i install (photo 2 )before?
  3. I have built the Masts and the Spars with all the blocks. Now it's time for the dead eyes .
  4. I short off one off the three battery off the Dell light kit and i use PVC glue on the plastic off the dell light.
  5. My Bounty after 4 mounth , check the light on first and second decks.
  6. Thank you very much Captain Al . I follow your log and i found a lots of responce for my built.
  7. For the Main Mast i don't know watt is the part 567 somebody knows ?
  8. Mine look good your main deck look realy nice i never see a deck like yours i wait for the hull planking :-)
  9. Hi Boyds long time no see .This is probably not John McKay make the error ?
  10. Thank You Ulisses Victoria I make some test to fix knots with white glue and this is perfect for me :-)
  11. I realy make a mess with mi new super glue.This is a bad glue or a bad user?

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