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Re: Low buck projects- Let's see 'em!

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Originally Posted by MedSailor View Post
I wouldn't trust my nonexistent epoxy skills to build a tank to hold diesel or poop. Lucky for me, the only tanks I need built (or to build) at this point are water tanks.

If one of them leaks it won't be catastrophic because the water is harmless, I'll have the ship's water supply decided across at least 2 tanks, and the tanks you've shown us are easily repairable!

Nicely done! I have once built a small boat out of plywood and glass, and it successfully kept water out.... so I can probably build something similar to keep water in.

Great idea! Thanks! (this'll also help me get more confident with glass work)

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There isn't much to working with epoxy. The metering pumps and West Marine make is idiot proof. Five pumps of resin needs five pumps of hardener. If you can count, you can epoxy!
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