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Old 26-12-2012, 07:21   #16
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Re: Building My Own Saildrive

Well a very merry Christmas you all, been reading all my posts on various sites, time too now, compulsory day off once a year....
Thanks to those interested enough to have posted other ideas and links to info.

Have a great new year
Oh, yea, to those that wished me a prosperous year for 2012, it didn't forken work!
So please for 2013 send me money, boose or petrol vouches!
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Build a cofferdam well up thru the hull, and use the whole outboard. shrug.
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Build a cofferdam well up thru the hull, and use the whole outboard. shrug.
It would have to be well ventilated or the fumes will chock out the motor.
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It would have to be well ventilated or the fumes will chock out the motor.
Damn!!--I feel sooo foolish when I don't think these projects thru.
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