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Rustyj

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  • Birthday 01/10/1955

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  1. Looking really good Steve. I do as Chuck suggested and haven't had any issues gluing.
  2. Thanks Chuck and Ben. Chugging along slow and steady and loving it! Also thanks for all the likes too.
  3. The anchor lining has been added to the port and starboard sides. Next I'll resume the hull planking.
  4. Yes I saw the issue popping up and I’ll be checking mine also. I’m sure some sort of “adjustment” will be needed. I’ll let you know. Thanks
  5. I've returned to the second planking layer of the wales now. The first four strakes are 3/64" x 7/32" and will be painted black. The fifth strake is the black strake will be added after the wales are finished being painted and will be left natural in color. As the wales and black strake are supposed to taper to almost nothing at the stem. This is to make them look like they fit into the rabbet. I pre sanded them down to 1/64" before gluing them in place. This helped me smooth them down without having to take as much off and risk damaging the stem. Here she is in all her dirty glory. The starboard side is unpainted and the port side with a first coat of paint. I am using Admiralty Paints "Matt (Metal) Black" Many coats of paint to go and then I'll add the black strake.
  6. Yes JJ those planks are time consuming but it looks like your plank is spot on.
  7. Yes Bob I use Zap a Gap CA. Thanks ASAT. This is the first hull I've done in pear and so far so good!

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