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Old 14-03-2016, 19:52   #16
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Re: Affixing LPG metal plate.... "per law"....

I have a roll of double sided Tuck brand tape...we use it in the shop to hold tricky parts to the vice on Bridgeport milling machine. Definitely strong enough...


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Old 14-03-2016, 20:04   #17
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Re: Affixing LPG metal plate.... "per law"....

And where does this sticker/plate law exist ?
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Old 14-03-2016, 22:35   #18
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Re: Affixing LPG metal plate.... "per law"....

I'd just paint the required info on the lid.

I absolutely love the the simplicity in this......

I'd add one thing, have a cold beer as you put the clear coat on, for job well done!😎⚓️😜
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Old 14-03-2016, 22:52   #19
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Re: Affixing LPG metal plate.... "per law"....

- Rustic Charm: No sir, nothing to do with LPG or any other type of gas. That is why I apologized if my post was seen to be a hi-jack of the OP . . . My question pertains to the Official Vessel Registration number issued by our Federal Government as opposed to a Licence Number which is given out by a Provincial office.
This is too complicated for me to fully explain the benefits of one vs the other. Maybe someone else can condense it to an understandable explanation. However, if we are going to pursue that discussion then I think we should ask a moderator to move this to a separate posting of its own.
The similarities of the OP vs my secondary question, is the need to apply 'required' official information to a fiberglass surface, or, in my case, a laminate surface.
I trust I have explained myself to your satisfaction. I apologize for any confusion.
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- Rustic Charm: No sir, nothing to do with LPG or any other type of gas. That is why I apologized if my post was seen to be a hi-jack of the OP . . . My question pertains to the Official Vessel Registration number issued by our Federal Government as opposed to a Licence Number which is given out by a Provincial office.
This is too complicated for me to fully explain the benefits of one vs the other. Maybe someone else can condense it to an understandable explanation. However, if we are going to pursue that discussion then I think we should ask a moderator to move this to a separate posting of its own.
The similarities of the OP vs my secondary question, is the need to apply 'required' official information to a fiberglass surface, or, in my case, a laminate surface.
I trust I have explained myself to your satisfaction. I apologize for any confusion.
You first post was very plane to anyone ever having a documented vessel in the US and apparently Canada. It's a slight drift but who cares. Do they also have a spec. on no. size?
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Old 15-03-2016, 15:13   #21
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Re: Affixing LPG metal plate.... "per law"....

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- Rustic Charm: No sir, nothing to do with LPG or any other type of gas. That is why I apologized if my post was seen to be a hi-jack of the OP . . . My question pertains to the Official Vessel Registration number issued by our Federal Government as opposed to a Licence Number which is given out by a Provincial office.
This is too complicated for me to fully explain the benefits of one vs the other. Maybe someone else can condense it to an understandable explanation. However, if we are going to pursue that discussion then I think we should ask a moderator to move this to a separate posting of its own.
The similarities of the OP vs my secondary question, is the need to apply 'required' official information to a fiberglass surface, or, in my case, a laminate surface.
I trust I have explained myself to your satisfaction. I apologize for any confusion.
This is not a 'slight' drift, it's a huge change of subject. Go post your question in a thread about vessel registration or do a search on the subject. This is about 'LPG plates'..
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You first post was very plane to anyone ever having a documented vessel in the US and apparently Canada. It's a slight drift but who cares. Do they also have a spec. on no. size?
I CARE and clearly I was not the only one misled by this unclear question.

and nothing to do with 'planes' either.

Hell, let me start asking on this thread, how do I mark my mooring buoy with the required official plate?
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I CARE and clearly I was not the only one misled by this unclear question.

and nothing to do with 'planes' either.

Hell, let me start asking on this thread, how do I mark my mooring buoy with the required official plate?
Sorry, I found nothing unclear about his post. Putting the documentation no.s
on a non-removable "timber" is as old as documentation.

Yep! A little drift but a valid question.
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