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    Posted: February-29-2020 at 8:08pm
Almost completely stripped, the floor and foam are removed to the bow eye.
Next week it goes onto the cradle to get the stringers cut out.

and of course i cant figure how to attach pictures.

Need some dimensions and an opinion.
1. Rear seat bench bottom box location and height.
as in how far from either the transom or the glass panel is the front of the rear bench.
2. Opinions on battery location, id like to build a split rear bench with the battery in the middle. It would be just off the hull bottom between the shaft log and strut.
That area would be used as a step to get on/off the swim platform.

I also have a cracked windshield port side if you guys can point me to source for that.
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I have a partial windshield for sale. Pm for details.
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Sorry, i dont know how to pm or post pics on this site.

The icons dont do what they do on the other boat forums im on.

How much for the glass?
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Originally posted by wayoutthere wayoutthere wrote:

Sorry, i dont know how to pm or post pics on this site.

The icons dont do what they do on the other boat forums im on.

How much for the glass?
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You should probably have him measure the windshield and you'll find out that his Tique has a skinnier windshield than your SN does

Unless he has an SN windshield hanging around   

What are you trying to post pictures from? Phone. Ipad, laptop/PC
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Keno thank you,
I have a galaxy tablet that i either use to take pictures or another camera with a micro sd then inserted into the tablet.

On another site for different type of boats i have 100 or so pics of that rebuild posted so i am 99 percent certain the image size is not a problem.

The picture icons here on correctcraft either ask for a http and the other icon turns on the tablet camera.

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I'm not sure if the link will help with posting photos but click on it and there's another link a handful of posts from the end of the thread. Read both links

It might help Look for a post by Bri892001. I don't know squat about Ipads and tablets but his info seems to have worked.   

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Update:
The boat is off the trailer and blocked up on a combo cradle and jacks.
9 in all at 3 stations: transom, 5 1/2 ft, 11 ft.
There is also 3 water levels on the boat and it is nice and sqaure.

Marine ply, vynil-ester 700 resin and 1708 biax material are all here.

The only piece of dry wood (mostly dry, some staining) on this boat was the
at the rudder port, i cut it out because the wood directly above it for the stern lifting eye has been dripping water right till today, it came off in one piece.

There are alot of pictures that will be posted hopefully in a few weeks.


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Vinyl? Do you have some fg experience?
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http://www.uscomposites.com/polyesters.html

vynil-ester 700

sir, i am strictly an amature
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Epoxy is generally favored for its ease of use and superior strength. It’s mixed at~3:1 (epoxy:hardener) and fairly tolerant of imperfect mixes. Low odor also.

I have found vinyl and poly to be quite a bit trickier... they catalyze with a ~2% addition of catalyst- so a very precise measurement and thorough mixing required. I’ve had some batches take days to set up due to an imperfect mix or ambient conditions. PITA. Also very high odor.

Would highly recommend epoxy for most uses, especially a beginner at fiberglass work.
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+1 on epoxy. It also plays well with CPES coated wood
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Originally posted by SNobsessed SNobsessed wrote:

+1 on epoxy. It also plays well with CPES coated wood


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I certaintly appreciate the avdice and fast replies.
Absolutely agree on what your saying about the poly
i mix ve with a timer and it still sometimes acts funny.
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https://www.planetnautique.com/vb5/forum/nautique-topics/general-nautique-discussion/nautique-cc-boat-restorations/601131-new-member-first-ski-nautique

Pics of the progress so far
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I’m confused. Going to PN to see pics of your restoration. Can you put pics on here too CCFAN
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Looks like your doing a nice job
Tons of work
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Originally posted by 67 ski nat 67 ski nat wrote:

I’m confused. Going to PN to see pics of your restoration. Can you put pics on here too CCFAN

I guess you'll probably have to explain to him how to post pictures here with his Galaxy tablet................or follow his link to PN like you didWink
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I know bummer. Just seems everything year 2000 below should be on ccfan
Especially 78. My favorite
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So. Longhorn and fishy Jeff are over there too
So PN added to home screen
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Originally posted by wayoutthere wayoutthere wrote:

https://www.planetnautique.com/vb5/forum/nautique-topics/general-nautique-discussion/nautique-cc-boat-restorations/601131-new-member-first-ski-nautique

Pics of the progress so far


Go over to PN he’s doing a nice job. PN has a restoration section now
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cant go to the link........Pete or KENO fix please?
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Originally posted by jbear jbear wrote:

cant go to the link........Pete or KENO fix please?

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Thanks Pete. It’s a worthy project
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Im looking for plastic--- CorrectCraft ----nameplates that go on the sides of the boat at the transom.
Taylor can't help with windshield, & i can't find reliable source for glass or rubber.

And for a laugh, i'm having trouble logging in again, had to request a password and still have enter the super secret security image.

Started work on the trailer, new axel ordered.
minor cosmetic left on the boat which i suck at but it's that much closer to rigging which i don't suck at

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If you're looking for black letters on a white background click on the link below for Stan C contact info.


If you get in touch you could find out his new phone number and post it if he's Ok with that Wink
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Thank you, i'll get an email off to him
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Thank you to the members who directed me to stan, the emblems arrived today and are really 1st rate work.
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