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Re: Ready To Go Back In?

Latest & greatest on Windgeist...
- Autostream prop is fitted & polished, ready to be painted with Pettit Zinc Barrier Coat
- Racor Fuel Conditioning unit plumed & wired in, ready for use
- Fuel & tank to be cleaned tomorrow
- all new bilge hoses run, one manual, one large 3700 "emegency" pump, one small 1000 maint pump
- Final engine install item to completed by Friday, including engine panel & heat exchanger hoses
- in the middle of rebedding cowl vent guards, should be completed by EOD Thursday
- Pedestal was powder coated and I did both the rebuild kits, should be ready to install it Saturday and hook up cables/chain to the quadrant
- Rudder is back on, needs faring strips and its complete
- Bottom paint this weekend
- Wax haul next week
- Splash hopefully next Friday, April 5th

Two plus years in the making, I'm not sure I could be more excited to start the season
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