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Hey Giu...you should buy a shoal draft wing keel and visit the East coast on the S.S. Swapakeel!!
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Let me translate...

Basically, his keel fits into a solid laminate socket that is boxed by steel beams. Two pins go through the keel, beams and box, and prevent the keel from moving forward or aft, and effectively transmit the load from the encapsulated keel strut to the frame in the boat and the frame spreads the load around the surrounding hull. The three bolts on top seal the keel socket from leaking and also act to tension the keel and load it against the beams to make it as rigid as possible.
Hugh?....I understood it better in Portuguese..

USP..Iv got two green balls and thats painful enough no more please..

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Hugh?....I understood it better in Portuguese..

USP..Iv got two green balls and thats painful enough no more please..
Me too it was plenty clear
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Don't do that...according to GUI, it scares off the dolphins.
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you wish. btw bastardo sujo is a portugese term of endearment.
I was sure is was something nice and honorable.

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Don't do that...according to GUI, it scares off the dolphins.
Lol, no Dolphins on Lake Erie, will it scare off the zebra mussels?
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Giu: Thanks for the diagrams, photos and explanation.
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Actually..I think the shark is funny but since I painted it, the dolphins stopped coming near..I wonder if that scares them...
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It probably does... but you'd think that dolphins are smarter than that...
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