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Old 14-03-2019, 08:12 AM
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Finally got around to finishing off the sanding... of the glue!!!

will give it a quick clean up tomorrow and then fair it before glassing next week.

Vac hose wasn't long enough so had to improvise!!
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Old 14-03-2019, 03:23 PM
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Really starting to take shape now. Looks nice.
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Old 14-03-2019, 05:13 PM
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Getting there Ice

I notice you use the Ryobi one's - do you use them for work aswell?

I got the 9 pack from bunnings about 18 months ago. It gets light use on muck around projects.

So far I've managed to kill the reciprocating saw (lent it to a mate and he was leaning on it too hard - (I watched him do it until smoke started trickling out of the motor)) and 1 battery (replaced twice because the new battery was faulty aswell) but everything was replaced on the spot so its no biggie. And that returns policy was a big part of my choice of the ryobi's.

Funnily enough my "off brand" spare battery (less than half the price) has been very well behaved and out lasted the original battery.

How are you finding the Ryobi's?
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Old 14-03-2019, 09:19 PM
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Nah don't use them for work... well unless the tax man asks then yes i do...lol

I don't get on the tools a lot any more, i have contractors doing that for me, i mainly do design and programming these days.

I don't have the reciprocating saw, i do have a dewalt reciprocating saw, circular saw, impact driver, hammer/drill/driver kit from a few years ago that is fantastic.

the ryobi stuff i just buy the skins when i need a new tool... have one drill, two sanders, hot glue gun, planer, blower, fan, work flood light and so far impressed but will certainly be giving them a good old test on this boat build
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Old 15-03-2019, 12:26 AM
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It's taking shape Craig, looking good.
Do you have an idea of cost of what the materials, fittings etc will be once it's complete?

Not meaning sounders/leccy/outboardor trailer but everything else such as seats, livewell, steering, carpet, cleats, bilge/pump fittings etc.

Would be interested in how it compares to buying a hull.
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Old 15-03-2019, 12:33 AM
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It's taking shape Craig, looking good.
Do you have an idea of cost of what the materials, fittings etc will be once it's complete?

Not meaning sounders/leccy/outboardor trailer but everything else such as seats, livewell, steering, carpet, cleats, bilge/pump fittings etc.

Would be interested in how it compares to buying a hull.
I have done some rough calculations, will have to look it up again.

Keeping all the receipts so i have a real answer. It has cost me more as i have bought additional power tools etc that aren't throw away items. I will include disposable items in my final calculations
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Old 15-03-2019, 02:55 AM
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Nah don't use them for work... well unless the tax man asks then yes i do...lol

I don't get on the tools a lot any more, i have contractors doing that for me, i mainly do design and programming these days.

I don't have the reciprocating saw, i do have a dewalt reciprocating saw, circular saw, impact driver, hammer/drill/driver kit from a few years ago that is fantastic.

the ryobi stuff i just buy the skins when i need a new tool... have one drill, two sanders, hot glue gun, planer, blower, fan, work flood light and so far impressed but will certainly be giving them a good old test on this boat build
Yeah I'll ask after the boat is done Those sanders are in for a world of pain
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Old 15-03-2019, 10:59 PM
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Yeah I'll ask after the boat is done Those sanders are in for a world of pain
Oh yes they are...lol
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Old 16-03-2019, 06:25 AM
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I have done some rough calculations, will have to look it up again.

Keeping all the receipts so i have a real answer. It has cost me more as i have bought additional power tools etc that aren't throw away items. I will include disposable items in my final calculations
Cheers mate, I assumed it would be difficult to predict. Great project coming along nicely.
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Old 16-03-2019, 07:46 AM
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Cheers mate, I assumed it would be difficult to predict. Great project coming along nicely.
I think i may keep a running tally of costs... i'll post once done.
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Old 16-03-2019, 07:48 AM
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Its been a busy couple of days but photos simply don't do justice!!

was able to get the Flat Chat out of the shed and gave it a good clean before bogging

man it looks soooo much bigger when its crammed in a small shed!!
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Old 16-03-2019, 07:49 AM
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Got it bogged last night with assistance from my lovely wife (painter and decorator by trade... she's better at bogging and filling than me!!)
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Old 16-03-2019, 07:50 AM
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And spent the afternoon today sanding and getting it finally ready for the fibre glass!!!
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Old 17-03-2019, 07:52 AM
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I have been trying to work out the best way to work the fibre glass roll so it easy to roll out and cut for the up coming glassing jobs.

I came up with this. My work bench is an old dining table and the roll fit perfectly between the legs. a few off cuts and screws later and its mounted easily.
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Old 17-03-2019, 07:55 AM
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Started glassing the transom tonight as well... first big glassing session and loved it, was soooooo easy with the 5mm nap mohair rollers!!!
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