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joep4567

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About joep4567

  • Birthday 08/28/1947

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    mason city illinois
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    cars, woodworking, modelling

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  1. I've been working on both the staircase and the boiler
  2. Thanks coming from you that means a lot!
  3. I've been working on this Brig prior to starting the Paddlewheeler but have kind of put it on the back burner.
  4. I started work on the main deck structures.
  5. I detailed out the rubbers to make them look a little more authentic.
  6. I made a pair of rudders and some brass mounting pins on which i turned shoulders some the rudders would have a positive seat.
  7. I got the planks for the paddlewheel done and mounted so that pretty much completes the wheel. I made the pillow blocks and mortised them into the cylinder timbers and attached them with bolts. The bolts will get washers in the final assembly
  8. I got the cylinder timbers made and installed and am working on the paddlewheel buckets next.
  9. I got the individual wheels of the paddlewheel painted and the styrene rings attached.
  10. I got all 4 wheels of the paddlewheel built and have them mounted on the shaft with sized spacers. The spokes of the wheels appear to be in sufficiently good alignment to allow attaching the buckets without too much fitting (thankyou cathead).
  11. thanks a lot for the advice as i was aware of discrepancies but didn't realize the impact it would have when i got to plank assembly. Any other bits of wisdom?

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