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Old 01-11-2013, 10:37 PM
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Going to be almost 60 here tomorrow... Well, today i guess..lol... Guess you better build some boats, Mr. Luc...
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yeah it going to be in the mid 50s here today I say good melt that white crap.
well about working on my boats the thing is they are at my friends place in is garage since I dont
have that much room in my app.. i live in so i have to wait for him when he is not too busy for me to
go over and do some work, all my boat are gassers I have a Cat..Hydro and T-Boat
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Sounds like you need to take over the dining room table and coffee table in living room...I got time for ya.. Come on down and glue yer fingers to hulls in N.Y.
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Old 01-11-2013, 10:56 PM
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Sounds like you need to take over the dining room table and coffee table in living room...I got time for ya.. Come on down and glue yer fingers to hulls in N.Y.

heres a couple things going on in my world...
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Nice work, what i see in your future is wooden toasts poping out of your toaster.
but realy you do great work my friend keep it up
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Old 01-12-2013, 07:48 AM
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I'm going back to bed, Soon
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For those that don't know, we are going to lengthen the drivers stand from 16 feet to 32 feet long. It is 6 feet wide. There will be more room for drivers and the CD/judges. We are also adding a second stair way. A January thaw allowed us to start early....

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Nice, you get a thaw and I get a deep freeze[X(]
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Looks like the island may be gone for good. Craig good job on the expansion. I hope you had help. Week by week the pond is filling. HJ we got a Jan thaw early this year. Winter will be back next week. I will get my ice skates out soon.
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Craig,
Cool, looks great.  Is it summer yet?
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Craig,
Cool, looks great. Is it summer yet?
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LOL...It was today!!!..the mountian is in rough shape... got in at 2:30 sent home by 4..... 2 lifts running out of 5... going to be cold for the rest of the week,they will be making it snow at Bristol.. Nice job Craig!! finish resin gluing sponson sides together... going to bed early...
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The floor is looking good Rick!

The weather sucks for the skiers, but I sure am glad the snow is mostly gone on my property....
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Nice, you get a thaw and I get a deep freeze[X(]
That's the way it goes, I blame Al Gore!
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The floor is looking good Rick!

The weather sucks for the skiers, but I sure am glad the snow is mostly gone on my property....
LOL he needed a week to move everything to other side upstairs and down (airplane workshop downstairs...) so we can do otherside.. 2x12 floor joist make it very strong,I joke with him calling it his new dance floor... weather sucks for skiiers but I get time in shop!!!.. both JAEs about ready for final finish!! pop em out like Lucs toaster!!
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WOOOOO HOOOO!!!! JUST SAYIN!!!..Got the hot off the press V-BOX in mail the other day.. so new no plans printed yet!!??!! will I be one of the first to build this?
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Looking good Toast. keep pooping them out like a toaster. Craig will the CD and side judge be all the way to the right ,on the drivers stand?
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Looking good Toast. keep pooping them out like a toaster. Craig will the CD and side judge be all the way to the right ,on the drivers stand?
Most likely, unless we can figure out a good way to build the CD station in the center and still have one stairs for up traffic and one stairs for down traffic. With the CD in the middle this get tricky since I want to build a nice enclosure to keep the CD out of the weather.
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Here it is folks... The latest addition to the Zippkits lineup... This is a pre production kit of the V-Box.... Available soon... Took a day to build to this point.. Much like the A-Box, with a V bottom... Nice build, thanks Joe, I am honored to be amongst the first to build this.
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Nice work Rick one day of watching the stuff dry
I know that is the longest part of it[&:]
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Fast question on the V-Box, what engine was it designed to use? I have a G230 that I could drop into one, if it's got the muscle to push it.
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Fast question on the V-Box, what engine was it designed to use? I have a G230 that I could drop into one, if it's got the muscle to push it.
Hi H/J..
It is the same size as the A-BOX, probably designed for a 23-26cc gaser with 5"mounts... I have no instructions yet as they were not printed at the time I recieved the kit...Propcircles had me mount a mod.23cc in his A-BOX I built for him, so I am guessing your engine should work.
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Rick going back to the 45 twin build. Did you have the new alum posts that goes with the sponsons Joe said they are in the works And what dia on the boom tubes Here I thought they were alum boom tubes. Like the gas rigger.
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HJ..a G230 should work just fine, especially for a sport boat. There is a little more case around it so fitting may be a little different than a PUM engine. I used to stick the G230 jugs on the 230PUM so I could get a 4 port transfers and about 5.5hp with a pipe. Even if left in its original 'air cooled' configuration they make decent power for a sport boat. When Warehouse Hobbies started using Zen's in their Enforcer ARR deep vee's (46 inch length) they used the G230 and G260 air cooled engines and they would do 40ish right out of the box. Roger C.
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Rick going back to the 45 twin build. Did you have the new alum posts that goes with the sponsons Joe said they are in the works And what dia on the boom tubes Here I thought they were alum boom tubes. Like the gas rigger.
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Yes the twin has alum boom tubes...and Joe sent me home from meeting with the inserts for sponsons... I think he made them up for this twin rigger for the shows the night before the meeting... they will be avail. soon... as far as size,O/D is .5 or 1/2" hole for inserts..boom tubes are alum. and are 3/8" O/D... Hope this is what you were looking for..
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one side bottom on.. watching glue dryTime for bed
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