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Everything is harder to do when you're older omg.
But a friend did come down &help me work on the iron keel.
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I'm very happy my new 3/4" through hull valves to not leak a drop!
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Still have some goodies to install on the AC pump piping and hose connections
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panoramic sunset!
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Thermostat set too low oopsy
 
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36 grit on the RO worked well I never planned on completely stripping it just the loose paint and the rust spots that I'm sure will be back again next year if I don't sell the boat
 

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Wait what why? are you sanding between glass layups never heard of that!!!
 

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Congratulations on your 2022 "Splash"!
Thank you! oh I never did get those lazy jacks
may still need to call upon you, counting pennies right now, have a great season!
 
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Do you have an electric DA? I’d like to have a DA, but my compressor doesn’t make enough air to run one. And, it’s not very portable. If there’s a good electric DA, I’d love to know more info.
I shouldn't have said anything. My Harbor Freight DA is finally sputtering out after refitting almost 70' of boats including cutting 5' out of the middle of the deck of the Dyer 29 and rebuilding and re-glassing it. I made some valve backing plates out of West System, biax and 1/2" ply today and she gave up the ghost. I'll have the Kid send another one down. I prefer it over a grinder for subsequent layups (with heavy grit paper). Harbor Freight. Cheap and disposable. I prefer hook and loop.
 
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