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Thanks for these pics Joe! I couldn't see them via the links in your original post; just the finished product. that's a lot of nice work.

it's going well here... a lot of sanding/grinding right now. the goal is to make her as stout as possible, so it's more mods than repairs. i'll be doing a lot of sailing on lake dillon and lake granby, which are at about 9k and 8k feet respectively. winds blow hard enough to force boats off the water daily, and I want to be able to hang as long as possible w/o breaking anything.

i'll post some update pics this weekend... didn't get the camera out last time.
Yikes. I hope you can keep her upright. Sounds exciting
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Hey, does anyone on here have an extra Jib sail that they don't use, don't need that they would sell? And/or a main sail too, I suppose because I got word that the mainsail I got with my boat is from an Apollo, and its ripped anyway. I was going to have my wife patch it, but if anyone has one to sell used that functions, I will probably want/need them by the time I'm done making it pretty again.
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I don't. Try Sailorman.com , they might have something
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Well due to a change of events and an offer i could not refuse the venture is gone. BUT. I am going to pick up saturday what i beleive is a oday 192
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Well due to a change of events and an offer i could not refuse the venture is gone. BUT. I am going to pick up saturday what i beleive is a oday 192
TRATOR !, SACRELIGE !, You would sell your V17 and get a.... ... ODay?

Just kidding, those are good little boats. I would've probably done the same thing.
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Lol yeah i hated to see it go. But the oday is that majic 4 letter word FREE And i would say its a lot newer. And it looks to be a fast boat.
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Lol yeah i hated to see it go. But the oday is that majic 4 letter word FREE And i would say its a lot newer. And it looks to be a fast boat.
Yea I think they are pretty good in all respects. I like the keel design in concept, but I've always wondered if they are stable enough without the weight being down as low as a swing keel.
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They dont have swing keel? Hmm i think this boat does... i will get some pictures of it up tomorrow...
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They dont have swing keel? Hmm i think this boat does... i will get some pictures of it up tomorrow...
No, they have a centerboard for the purpose of reducing leeway, but the weighted area is in a stub keel along the bottom of the hull.
There could be exceptions of coarse, but the ones I have looked at were that way.
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This one appears to be a heavy keel i may be wrong about the boat it looks like a swing keel the pivot looks like its outside of the boat. Also it does have small cabin that the part that sticks up is very rounded. It also has a large cockpit for the boat size it has pull i guess toe rails as well as a pulpit. The boat is white deck with yellow gelcoat bottom btw i belive thats the original color at this point.
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