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PitFishin' wrote:ok ill look around a little more, would it be on the title?

Ya it should be. If so, take that number and use it to have a new hull ID tag made, because you will need one.

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well i found the numbers stamped into the transom but there is no tag otherwise. would i be able to get information on tis boat somehow? also now that im looking at the title it is regestered as a 16'-9" boat when it is only 16' and the beam measurement is wrong aswell... this prob doesnt matter much i wouldnt think.... :roll: so anyways while i was outside looking for the numbers i decided to take the transom wood out and scrape and sweep all the junk out of the boat. now im ready to replace the wood and give it a good scrub down in prep for the rhino to go in. whats the best thing to clean this up with?
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well i dont have any pics but i have been slowly getting things done. ive gotten the inside floor stripped of all the adhesive and its shining bright. im in the process of getting all the old rivit holes welded up. there were about 100 holes in the boat. ive got one side done so far and it looks great, taking it in to get the other side done tomorrow. also ive ordered my steelflex and its on its way. i went with the super slick 2000, the teflon type. after taking with jerry from fasco i decided that one coat rather than two is the way to go for me. any pointers on applying this stuff would be great, ive read most of the forums on this but everything helps. ill try to get some pics up soon.
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wow a lot of times passed... ive been doing things here and there. finally got all the holes welded shut. and started stripping the bottom in prep for the steelflex, im hoping to put it on sometime this week. ive been looking at my trailer since ive got the boat off, my suports are too short. im wondering if anyone has made their own bunk brackets? theres not really much to them, and i dont see why i couldnt make my own out of steel. I also want to add another bunk support on both sides. so id have 2 long ones in the center and 2 shorter ones on the outside for added support. any thoughts?
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That's a nice deep jon boat, what you gonna use her for?
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any and everything i can think of
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