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 51 
 on: April 21, 2015, 02:45:57 AM 
Started by elkhunter338 - Last post by gdwamsley
Gotcha on the transom and corner bracket detailing.  Can't think of how you'd have any problems with that. 

I'm sure your fit up will work out well.  I was pretty excited when I got that all glued up.

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 on: April 20, 2015, 06:49:19 PM 
Started by elkhunter338 - Last post by elkhunter338


Do you have your 2x on your transom.  I didn't see it on the pic?
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I will get my stringers in and see what things look like.

I do not have a 2x on my transom.  Picture does not show it well but I built my transom different than the book.
I built the transom with 2 full size layers of 1/2 plywood instead of just the lower doubler; then added 2 more layers of 1/2 plywood for the motor bracket area (where the 2x would have went) and I made these pieces 12 inches wide. 
The motor bracket is still 2" thick, just 4 layers of 1/2 plywood. 
I made my corner braces out of 1" plywood (2 - 1/2 pieces) instead of just 1/2".
Since I plan to exceed the motor weight (150hp and 25hp kicker) I built the transom stronger than spec.

 53 
 on: April 20, 2015, 03:23:44 PM 
Started by ChrisCollins - Last post by ChrisCollins
Haha sounds horrible Dave!  I didn't think I was going to get the boat out if the shed until July!

 54 
 on: April 20, 2015, 03:07:20 PM 
Started by jim shula - Last post by jim shula
Anthony-it's not copyrighted, so go for it.  I think Renn originally put it on the forum here a few years ago.

 55 
 on: April 20, 2015, 02:27:45 PM 
Started by ChrisCollins - Last post by David Nolan
At least you had a mild winter Chris.   We got hammered down here in Maryland.     6 Jan = 2.3 inches.    then right after that on 21 Jan we got 2.6 inches.      the 26th added another inch and on 1 FEb we got 0.4 inches.   (that was really icy snow).  finally on the 14th of Feb we got 2.6 inches more

just an incredible winter to suffer through.


 56 
 on: April 20, 2015, 01:48:16 PM 
Started by ChrisCollins - Last post by ChrisCollins
Thanks Jim I actually saw that sketch you had and printed it put a few months ago. I'll have to make some changes but overall design will be similar.

 57 
 on: April 20, 2015, 01:05:53 PM 
Started by ChrisCollins - Last post by jim shula
Chris I sketched out all the console dimensions before I sold the boat if you need them.

 58 
 on: April 20, 2015, 10:22:00 AM 
Started by ChrisCollins - Last post by ChrisCollins
Thanks guys.  The shelves are roughly 7 1/2".  I made them wider to take the flush mount rod holders.  The fuel tank is going in the well.  It's a 30" tank, will be covered by center console and seat in front of console.  I'll probably build the console pretty similar to Jim Shula's.

 59 
 on: April 20, 2015, 08:16:33 AM 
Started by elkhunter338 - Last post by David Nolan
It is my belief that the original intent on these pieces were in open skiffs non decked to keep the sides from flexing excessively.  The boat needed some bracing and Renn had you install these and lap then to one on the bottom that went to the stringer and ended there.      I used two by fours on edge and just glued them in without glassing them.   Over time we ended up screwing big hook eyes to them to secure stuff to.  No issue except a little rust stains.    But mostly, guys now build decks.  I cant see them offering much utility with a decked boat, as the decks are screwed into tabs glued to the whole hull side.  Id use them if you had a purpose, like to attach a  rod holder to, or for any reason really.    That big forward locker ties up everything nicely forward, the drywell aft, and station six on any boats with houses.   I think those framing pieces are obsolete for most of us.   But if you put them in, any wood will do.  My junk new growth sapwood home depot two bys (probably kiln dried) didn’t even crack over 12 years.   Its just too much of a glued up surface.  I did use fir two bys though.  I learned my lesson on the hemp crap building a diablo in 1986.  That cracked with a 25 Hp lol

 60 
 on: April 20, 2015, 08:01:32 AM 
Started by ChrisCollins - Last post by pfithian
Piano hinges and Herreshoff cleats.

Properly done!

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