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Old 04-07-2008, 08:14 PM
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SKIDOG i really cant answer your question cause thats how it was when i bought it , and you have mirrors for the motor box ok now im lost lol
back when I used to show my boat, I had mirror peices cut to fit INSIDE the motorbox. The insides were carpeted, like yours, so I stuck velcro strips on the backs of the mirrors and they inturn, stuck to the carpet. Each piece was cut perfectly to the different shapes in the motorbox. Now, you DON"T wanna keep them there all the time, but if you EVER take it to a reunion where there's boat judging, it adds a great touch to the motor. Hell. you're doing all this work on this boat, might as well add a few details. Ask TMC#1, its ALL ABOUT THE DETAILS!
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Old 04-07-2008, 08:20 PM
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back when I used to show my boat, I had mirror peices cut to fit INSIDE the motorbox. The insides were carpeted, like yours, so I stuck velcro strips on the backs of the mirrors and they inturn, stuck to the carpet. Each piece was cut perfectly to the different shapes in the motorbox. Now, you DON"T wanna keep them there all the time, but if you EVER take it to a reunion where there's boat judging, it adds a great touch to the motor. Hell. you're doing all this work on this boat, might as well add a few details. Ask TMC#1, its ALL ABOUT THE DETAILS!
Same wit womens, it be all about de tails!
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Old 04-07-2008, 08:31 PM
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back when I used to show my boat, I had mirror peices cut to fit INSIDE the motorbox. The insides were carpeted, like yours, so I stuck velcro strips on the backs of the mirrors and they inturn, stuck to the carpet. Each piece was cut perfectly to the different shapes in the motorbox. Now, you DON"T wanna keep them there all the time, but if you EVER take it to a reunion where there's boat judging, it adds a great touch to the motor. Hell. you're doing all this work on this boat, might as well add a few details. Ask TMC#1, its ALL ABOUT THE DETAILS!
very intresting anyone have pics of this so i could check it out
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Old 04-07-2008, 08:49 PM
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very intresting anyone have pics of this so i could check it out
I just found one and am trying to scan it now. I'll post it later. DOG
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Old 04-07-2008, 08:51 PM
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I just found one and am trying to scan it now. I'll post it later. DOG
ok just as long as you aint scanning a pic of you and harold in your yellow mastercraft thong swim suites lol
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Old 04-25-2008, 12:10 AM
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boat off trailer

i took my boat off the trailer for the paint job took me about 30 mins to do the front took the longest as u had to move the jack and blocks alot but well worth it

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Old 04-25-2008, 12:15 AM
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redoing the trailer

redoing the trailer doing alot of grinding taking the rust off and spraying primer on it and getting it ready for the paint job in 2 weeks after the boat is done , i started on the bunks earlier tonight recarpeting them ill take more pics next week when i get them done

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Old 04-25-2008, 07:21 AM
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How are they going to spray the bottom of the boat sitting on the blocks? Or is that just temporary. Just wondering.
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Old 04-25-2008, 07:26 AM
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drb, are you going to modify the trailer to put the mount for the boat buddy and get rid of the locking bar? I recommend it. TMCNo1 or someone has the drawings to weld it in. the restore looks good, keep up the hard work and enjoy it this summer.
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Old 04-25-2008, 09:36 AM
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drb, are you going to modify the trailer to put the mount for the boat buddy and get rid of the locking bar? I recommend it. TMCNo1 or someone has the drawings to weld it in. the restore looks good, keep up the hard work and enjoy it this summer.

That info is in the FAQ section about the Boat Buddy in General Discussion, here, http://www.tmcowners.com/teamtalk/sh...8&postcount=48

I would also hope you remove the fenders and guide bars on the trailer to clean it up and paint/powdercoat it, cause under the fenders in the framework is alot of chips, rust and problem areas that will return all to quick if not addressed.
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