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I finally got it! It has quite a bit of work to be done to it. But I like it because it is my Uncles old boat that taught me how to bass fish. Or considering that I cant catch anything right now its my uncles that got me hooked on fishing. :mrgreen:
I dont know what brand it is. Im gonna ask him tommorow.
I need to get a trailer and OB for it still.


My plans to it are:
strip everything out
get all of the glue off
sand all of the paint off
fill it with water to find the leaks
fix the leaks
tear out the transom?
prime it
paint it
probably steelflex
deck out the front
electrical(12v plug x2,nav lights,front light,bilge,)
plumbing
carpet
seats
pole holders
trolling motor
fish finder
the kitchen sink

Sorry the pics are blurry they were obviously at dark and with my Iphone. Once I get some sawhorses built they will be in the garage with the good camera.
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im excited! it sounds like its gonna be a great project!

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inlovewithsurfin wrote:im excited! it sounds like its gonna be a great project!
Thanks!
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Any of you have ideas for names?
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Im going to buy all of my stuff at either BPS, walmart, Lowes, HD and James town distributors. But where and what kind of carpet should I get?
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theyyounggun wrote:Im going to buy all of my stuff at either BPS, walmart, and James town distributors. But where and what kind of carpet should I get?

lowes and home depot both have outdoor carpet that looks and works pretty good... lowes has the "fake grass" stuff in different colors too.

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Well Ive been workin on it today. My goal is to get all the carpet off. Rod Holders, bow eye, wood out of bench, glue scraped off, and all screws removed.

What type of foam do I need to buy at lowes to cut up and place in there. Is it the pink sheets?

Ill upload the rest of the pics tonight. It takes a while to resize all of them in Irfanview! Are there any tips or tricks to do it quicker?
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Got everything out today. And did the water test. Found two leaks. Im gonna put another layer of O.D. Green on the outside and the inside. Im going to look at a trailer tommorow. Im gonna run by lowes tommorow and get some JB weld and 5200 to seal the leaks and some of the other loose screws.
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looks like you have been doing some serious work!!! feels good doesnt it... :)

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Yes. Yes it does! I have more pics to upload once my Internet is fixed. I'm doing everything from my phone. Do I need the pink foam?
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alot of guys put the foam under their decking... i havent done it on any of mine yet but i also havent cut into my benches and pulled out the foam that is in there either... it definately wouldnt hurt to have it under there!

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Yea I know that. But isn't the pink sheets best? Or I may just go get some of the blocks free from tractor supply.
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i dont really know if the pink sheets are best? from what i have read on other peoples build they say to get hi density foam... so if you can get free high density foam from tractor supply then thats what i would do!

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Yea that's what I figured. And then use the money that I save to buy more bait! :lol:
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theyyounggun wrote:Yea I know that. But isn't the pink sheets best? Or I may just go get some of the blocks free from tractor supply.

The pink and blue sheets (blue for sure) are closed cell foam. Lowes carries the blue sheets, but I can only find the 5200 at HD, something to consider if your consolidating trips. BTW, the 5200 at BPS is now $17 compared to $6 at HD.