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Old 09-13-2021, 10:37 PM
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Spent the day drinking cold natty lights and figuring out the lines for the console and front lounge seat. The front backrest will be hinged to access the console and the lounge seat will be 2” insulated foam for the drink cooler.

Also almost every compartment on this boat will fit 5 gallon buckets. Nothing worse than a compartment that won’t fit a bucket.

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Old 09-13-2021, 10:37 PM
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I scooped up a great livewell leaning post that I modified to accommodate llebroc seats. The console and leaning post will both be glassed and faired to the sole. Very little on the boat will be screwed together.

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Old 09-13-2021, 10:38 PM
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First time out of the shed after 2 months of hard work. She is starting to look like a boat.

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Old 09-14-2021, 07:00 AM
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That's some mighty fine work there! Can't wait to see the end product!
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Super sweet! Keep the pics coming!!
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What is your experience with Raptor liner on fiberglass? I've been wanting to do the same, but haven't seen it any info on how long it holds up on boats.
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As for raptor liner, Bayliss Boatworks turned me on to it 3 years ago. They lined the anchor locker of the sportfish that I operate. It has had my anchor line and chain banging around in to for the last 3 years from Nantucket to Costa Rica and it still looks amazing.
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That's what my friend sprayed on my 18 for nonskid. Practically bullet proof. Mixed in the paint so it's the same color as all the smooth surfaces. Very satisfied!
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