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Discussion in 'Fiberglass/Wood/Gelcoat Repair' started by Thornton69, Apr 23, 2019.
Winter is settling in up here and the project is having to go on hold for a bit. Temps just haven't been cooperating with me. Mounts, bulkhead and fuel tank compartment are glassed in. Pour in floatation is next, another layer of glass on main engine bed stringers and then the lower deck. Will still have to glass in some pads and supports for the upper deck before fuel tank, drive and engine can be fitted back in.
FYI... I worked on my Grady over the Winter by building a big roof over the boat - using the gunwales as support. Then shrink wrapped the whole thing. Basically, I had a big tent. I put a big door in the wrap to get in and out easily, hung a couple 4' shop lights under the "roof" and had a small, portable (oil filled) heater. I could work in there, regardless of outside temp.
Thanks guys. Will definitely set something set up and get back on it as soon as I am mobile enough. Going in to get a (L5-S1) fusion done on my back later this week. Sounding like it will be several months before I will be able to start working it again.
Well, OK, I guess that's a good enough excuse to stop working on the boat
Hope you your recovery is a quick one!