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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Tue Nov 05, 2013 11:22 pm

Thanks Mike your the first to comment on it. Most be getting old news for the rest. 34 Viewers and no replies. Everyone is still decompressing from the fishing to post. Here and on the Red Site not much activity to read or respond to. Without the fun of flaming trollers and know it alls the red site had died. Jackwagons and all that it means was fun till he took it personal; SOB! :deadhorse:

Some more to add of the work that took place this past Saturday. I stopped by Coldwater Boats Today and they got a 36' on the jig and looks like they might finally get the 29' X 9' sport boat built as well. :beer: Russ aka CWB where you at for the Porn? :clap:
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The front Cabin vent hatch roughed in. The foam will be covered by the Aluminum Bubble wrap style of insulation to reflect heat then .25" marine plywood will be the covering with satan spar varnish as the finish
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a view from the front looking back on the roof extension.
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this the front hatch that is 30" X 15" that I found on the sided of the road by a friend's house. A marine hatch that has a radius that matched the radius on the cuddy before the windshield frame was welded in. Still working that issue to correct the issue of the warpage that you can see in the picture. I will also be adding a extra plate to the cutout to increase the thickness and also smooth out the diamond plate around the cutout.
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by Napa Mike » Wed Nov 06, 2013 1:56 pm

that is what is great about an alloy boat, and having the skill to work on it. You can always keep improving it! I know what you mean about the lag in recent posting activity. I finally got around to posting some stuff over on the red site too, mostly about the great coho fishing from mid august to mid October this year (as Bainbridge Mike), and it has definitely slowed down a lot!

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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by spoiled one » Wed Nov 06, 2013 11:59 pm

I like the roof extension. You probably mentioned this towards the beginning of the thread, but can you sleep in the cuddy? When will she see the water again?
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Thu Nov 07, 2013 12:46 am

I sleep in the cuddy. It is no where near the size of yours. But two can sleep in there.

Halibut starts in May and deep water Lings open on early April. I have asked for 3 months moorage in LaPush but the Tribe as a new Harbor Master and there is list that I am on. End of March is a big Blackmouth Derby that I want in on. So May is the no Doo-doo gotta be done by. April is when I need it by and March is the date of a good party in Anachortis over the weekend of the derby.
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by dawgaholic » Thu Nov 07, 2013 9:05 am

I also like that overhang extension. And how many rod holders was that? 52? :mrgreen:

Have you gotten to run since you raised the engines? Been following some threads on fishing boards where the owners have gotten good results as well as better tab effectiveness. You've got a Destroyer size fish killing machine there, can't wait to see her battle ready, decked out with tackle filled holders and stuff. Bet the MissHayden's Captain is taking note of this escalation in the rod holder arms race. :joecool:

Oh, as to the decline in recent posting, it isn't unique to here by any stretch. The fan board I follow for UGA is only getting 2-5 new posts a Day during the Week, more as Game Day approaches. The Catfish site has a vast membership and dozens of boards but the ones I play on have been quiet with the exception of the restricted board, which has been en fuego since this ACA mess has unfolded. THT hasn't been turning over as quickly either now that I think about it since I do look at the sales and gear boards. Football season, the Holidays approaching, families re-connecting, lots of stuff happening to keep folks' busy. And the Fairs....a different one every Weekend. Grandson is going to be so spoiled that we could use him as a WMD. :shocked:
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Thu Nov 07, 2013 1:37 pm

We need tapatalk back. I just tried to post twice from my phone using Chrome. Lost all the data.

I spent an hour in the shop after work last night finishing up the faberacation of the two foldable seats. Done less the welding and hinges.

Now it will not allow pictures SOB!
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by pjay9 » Fri Nov 08, 2013 12:47 am

Your pole for the anchor running light...are you making a motorized lift for it! :gunner2: Wow that boat is awesome. BTW, Had toe surgery, getting old is a daily process..all is fine. Great to see the mods and your own ideas come to life! Take care!
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by Chaps » Fri Nov 08, 2013 9:39 am

goatram wrote:We need tapatalk back.
No thanks, that screwy app knocked me off the site for a month and I wasn't even using it!
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by Sculpin » Fri Nov 15, 2013 11:20 pm

Chaps wrote:
goatram wrote:We need tapatalk back.
No thanks, that screwy app knocked me off the site for a month and I wasn't even using it!
Oh come on Chaps, it's so easy even a Canuck can use it :nutkick: I love tapa talk now too.

The boat looks awesome John. I'm heading down South again this year to the show and hope to meet up with you and stop by and see her :clap: .
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Sat Nov 16, 2013 12:25 am

I need to update the thread. This Weekend starts Verrrrry Sooooon and Work can not call me in do to the Head Cheese said I have worked four Weekends in a row. The limit! I have to take one off before they can make me work another 4. SOG! Work has been picking up but We, the Local 751 Voted down the $10,000 Boneus that we would have gotten if we had accepted the 8 year contract extension that International IAM and the Company concocted. Time will tell if we did the right thing.

The extension is now fully welded in. The rod holders will be spaced at 6.75" apart. We cut all of the holders from the old piece and then cleaned up. I cut the 1" pipe as shown on page 103. Now we started to fit the first 5 to the rail.

Bob I can not load and update the sight from my phone with out Tapatalk. There is even a new upgraded app if Les will look into it Please :highfive: :beer:
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Side view of the port support welded in
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underside of the roof. Soon there will be a LED Strip Light above the door lighting the RBW. Also a another set of RBW will be back lit by single light behind each letter.
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keep showing the side view from the floor. 5 rod holders mounted along the back. This Weekend we should get the rest on. You can see the supports that were bent up on the Harbor Freight Pipe Kinker. There is a Auction this Tuesday that has a pipe bender listed. I will be there.
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the five rod holders
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side view showing that they are in line
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added 6 rod holders to the Bait Tank. They will keep rods ready for action for bait stops when Troll Fishing for our Albacore Tuna. They are mounted 3.5" above the Floor. Your Tuff Boots will slide under them.
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Working on the interior finishing now. 1/4" Marine Plywood Satan Spar Varnish Finish. Covering 2" plue Foam Board then with the Mylar Bubble Wrap Insulation. This should reflect heat either back to the outside or back inside on those cold days.
Still thinking about the sides around the windows.
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Some may not aprove of the BD Salute so I paint Brushed the Boys little fingers out
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The bait Tank Lid was modified to hold a Flask of Fireball Whiskey and also BirdDog Whiskey. For the nights before and after the days fishing. The cutout holds the flask tight in the 3/4' Starboard lid
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I hope you still are enjoying this thread. John I have your room ready for you if you need it. Ken has a new way that he is making his spreader Bars for tuna.
I will also be home during the boat show recovering from my Left Hip Revision
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by Sculpin » Sat Nov 16, 2013 12:55 am

Hey Zues she looks great buddy. I can see it now. I just can't afford all those rods :shocked: !!!

Thank you SIR for the offer on the room and I would be more than happy to accommodate you with whatever you need to help you through that hip "revision". I look forward to seeing Ken's new spreader bars. I'll call you right shortly.

Your gal is a beauty buddy. Great work :joecool: .

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The Journey Begins; Hand Rail Alignment

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Post by kmorin » Sat Nov 16, 2013 2:15 pm

goatram, looking at the post 327 I noticed the progression of the overhang and railing changes and I think I like the looks of the (vertical) side rail better before is was modified.

In the first photo (#327) the after cabin side side (vertical) rail has a single bend, and at 110-115 degrees, ends under the overhang and it looks clean, IMO.

Below, the upper rail is added and it looks like at one time it aligned with the lower vertical rail? (down a few photos) but then the vertical rail was trimmed and a new piece added which has another bend and a return so the top of the vertical rail now ends aft the new top rail.

I like the vertical rails' top end look better when they were directly under the new added top rail.

The new horizontal section (lower vertical rail's new top 3 bend piece) may give a better hand hold climbing out of the cockpit to the gunwale (?) but I preferred the look of those two rails to lining up, the upper one looking like it was a continuation of the lower one.

just mentioning the looks side of that mod; nice mod to the bait tank cover-that looks good.

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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Mon Nov 18, 2013 7:25 pm

Kevin I see what you mean. Must be something to do with design/welders. "Jim" the guy in the Pics Said the same thing. Now you pointing it out to me I see it as well. The hand hold is for when you are standing in the back and both hands are holding the rails and you look around the Cabin. I will discuss this with Jim again. I am taking him on a field trip to see the Work Boat Show this Friday in Seattle.

I have not taken many pictures yet of the work accomplished this weekend. Mostly prep work and on the interior. I still need 4 more pieces of 1 & 3/16" X 3/8" Teak Batten Strips to finish off the interior Modes. I also took out the Galley Station to get at the windows for trim and Insulation. 15 rod holders are now welded on the backside of the pipe above the roof. 13 more are welded and ready for installation on the front side of the pipe. the one I did take is of the new Mill that I am using to make a window for my Bait Tank. The tank will have two windows. The windows are 1/2" Plexiglass. The cut out will be 10" X 20" or so. The window will be set into the tank outside flush. :banghead:
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The window being made on the Mill. The corners will be radiused. This is the first side being cut. I need to mill it .125" to match the tank thickness. My own Aquarium on the Boat. Cool I Think. Labor intensive to say the least I have already 3 hours on making the first one. the Mill is manually actuated. i.e. turning the nobs.
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by Napa Mike » Sat Nov 23, 2013 4:15 pm

I would not change the overhang/hand rails/rod holders. I think they look bad BACK SIDE!

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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Mon Dec 02, 2013 9:00 pm

New security is a paint in the But I had to log back in

Move the first T to the Second T and read what it.
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Mon Dec 02, 2013 9:04 pm

Thanks upon further thinking I like them two. It is funny that two Pro Welder Fabricators said cut em off.

To continue the work on the cuddy I had to start cutting the chunk of teak left over from the Galley. This piece was ripped to about .070" thick by 2" to wrap around the Ceiling Vent
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The strip had to be Steamed and clamped up to dry after the saw work. I have a new blade on the Saw now. This one still cut and had all of it's teeth. Just cut slow.
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The next couple of pictures are the Bait tank Windows that I am installing. The 11" X 15" x 1/2" pieces of Plexi Glass was sourced from Tap Plastics and Cut on the New Mill I got from Vance DB. They will be drilled and tapped for 10-32 screws. The screws will hold the windows in place while the Sika Flex sealant (Like 5200) sets up. Two windows are being installed front and back on the tank.
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window
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Aft facing window of the tank
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inside of the tank
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Front view
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outside view
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Mon Dec 02, 2013 9:20 pm

Clown Oil makes for steady hands! Another good use besides drinking it
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Jim Welding up a seat
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Seats are welded in. I still need to get the right bolts and have a set of cushions made for them. 1" foam pad and black vinyl.
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Seat doubled skin cause two weeks ago WE forgot to mirror image them when we welded up the Second one. Attention to Detail.
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Hinges
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A close up of the seat hinge
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Port side installed
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upside down view of the Vertical Leg of the seat
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Seat in the stowed position. Leg folds back still need a strap to hold it in position
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Mon Dec 02, 2013 9:26 pm

The rod holders are welded up still need to clean them up a bit. 28 ea. 15 on the back side and 13 on the fwd face. With them, the 6 on the bait tank, the 6 on the gunnel, and the 12 on the front radar mount equals 52 each. OVER KILL? Yes!
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The blue light on the aft side of the Cabin Bulkhead light
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The RBW has small blue LED lights that are 1/4" dia. that are installed flush in the roof structure. A little 5200 sealant will hold them in place for awhile. Wiring is all hidden in the tube. What a pain in the BACK SIDE.
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The RBW lit up. Rizzerrisor Boat Works
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by spoiled one » Tue Dec 03, 2013 12:22 am

Looks great, John. I really like the fold up seats. I think you have room for a few more rod holders. :beer:
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Post by welder » Tue Dec 03, 2013 12:54 pm

I would go for an even 60, might be a world record. I like it.
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Thu Dec 05, 2013 12:11 am

You guys need to go back a page and see how the Seats went together. Only six views. Your slacking :mrgreen:
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Mon Dec 09, 2013 10:01 pm

Saw this Grip Tape at the Seattle Boat Show. I Got one 12" X 48 Section from them as the show was closing. The tape is a vinyl strip with particles cast into it. It seems to work.
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It was in the Light gray color. I cut it into two inch strips on my old 10" Carbide Tip Blade. Right after which I changed the blade. Sparks where flying that was for sure. I wiped down the fish box and applied half of three of the strips to the Bottom. The Box sloops down toward the center and when your stuffing tuna in the ice feet tend to slip in there to the center. The product claims to stay in place in the cold wet environments; We shall see. Today I ordered up another two strips to finish the box and toying with the Idea of applying it to the top of the deck instead of painting. The second product they have has metal studs that are inset in the vinyl. Those studs really locked your feet to their display at the show.



I have two posts on the previous page showing the hinges for the seats and the bait tank windows that have only 9 views. :eyepop:

I also see we have some more smiles :roflmao:
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Re: The Journey Begins

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Post by goatram » Tue Dec 10, 2013 8:48 pm

I am master of R&D. :smitty:

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Post by JETTYWOLF » Wed Dec 11, 2013 5:41 pm

I hear by adorn this thread with the "Master of longest thread award....and Master O' the R&D"

Now tell me why I want a large part of my plastic boat sliding back to expose the open sea?

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Post by goatram » Wed Dec 11, 2013 6:20 pm

At the Dock; There is a need to load Ice, Coolers, and remove large quantity of Tuna.

I thank you for said Honor Mr. Capt. Dave.

The Journey is coming to an end soon. I am finishing up the interior paneling, the Kicker Mount is partially completed, next up is the control mount for the kicker and finally the Dive doors. Slider?

Dave pull your boat across country next winter and we will make your boat; The Jettywolf edition. We will even get Pacific to sign off all of the mods prior to install. :burn: :shocked: :thumbsup:
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