Jeff your nuts,it was fine,sweet little ride....an now in pieces again!!!LOL....Don
Got the console weld all finished up and ground down. Just need to cut and rivet the top, side, and back, then it will be complete.
Painted it up so I can get everything bolted in and set up right, will be doing all the wiring to the switches tomorrow, so the motor, nav lights will all be fully functional.
After the boat was painted, and the gunnels, front nose, and transom coated with the anti-skid
Starting to fabricate my bolt in side console
I never updated this, but the boat was finished in October, but I tore it back apart to redo everything this winter to fix a lot of the cracked aluminum, get rid of all the wood and carpet. The entire boat will be all aluminum, and interior coated with anti-skid
Boat should be about 150-200 pounds lighter when I am finished
When it was finished
After a lot of cutting, scrubbing and cleaning
Welding structural supports in the nose
Filling in 3 old livewell inlets and outlets
Welding in the front nose plate
If that's the same boat you have some talent.
Where did the Suzuki go?
A little update with the new LED lights, no generator needed anymore!
Getting the lights mounted and wired up.
2 to go
Almost $1k worth of high pressure sodium lights going on it tomorrow. Going to be a long day wiring!
Very cool custom build-out Jeff. Now get out there and bloody-up that new deck
2005 Seaswirl 1851 WA Striper
Scotty 1106 Electric Downriggers
MinnKota Riptide Trolling Motor
ICOM VHF, Garmin GPS, Furuno Sonar