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Old 17-12-2009, 02:13   #46
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work on bow and also checking the template rudder.
will tackweld bowplank.

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Old 17-12-2009, 04:59   #47
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Are you going to have enough room for a prop with reasonable tip clearance?
Looks like even after you put a cutout in the rudder it may be close.
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Old 17-12-2009, 10:45   #48
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Are you going to have enough room for a prop with reasonable tip clearance?
Looks like even after you put a cutout in the rudder it may be close.
according to my old drawing there should be around 10 cm clearance on the "boat-side" i will check again since it seems a bit close. I also think the rudder seems a little small.

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Old 17-12-2009, 11:19   #49
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Something doesn’t look right with the drawing...If that tip clearance (top) represents 10cm then that prop dia is around 70cm.
Is there enough shaft between the prop and cutlass to put an anode?
Also the cut-out in the rudder doesn’t look deep enough....seems like if the rudder is turned it may contact the prop.
The rudder does look a little small, but I really have nothing to base it on but the looks.
It all looks tight.
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Old 17-12-2009, 12:22   #50
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finish tackweld whole keelplank. incl. bow/stern.

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Old 17-12-2009, 12:24   #51
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Something doesn’t look right with the drawing...If that tip clearance (top) represents 10cm then that prop dia is around 70cm.
Is there enough shaft between the prop and cutlass to put an anode?
Also the cut-out in the rudder doesn’t look deep enough....seems like if the rudder is turned it may contact the prop.
The rudder does look a little small, but I really have nothing to base it on but the looks.
It all looks tight.
yes. will doublecheck on the boat. the prop is 62 cm in diameter. i can just install and have a look inclusive cutout of the template rudder.
10 cm tip-clearance should be enough i think.

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Old 17-12-2009, 12:27   #52
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apropos bow-plank.
this is my favorite bow-shape, need to figure how to make this in alloy.
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almost same bowshape, but this time on an original colin archer.
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Boatshed in the night.

Merry christmas to all of you and wish you happy new year!

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Old 25-12-2009, 10:37   #55
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Merry Christmas Zeyang...
Thats a great picture.
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Merry Christmas, Zeyang. We've enjoyed your commentary and photos. We'll have to plan a cyber-party for when you splash your boat!

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been busy flipping the boat and welding up the seams. the welding part was 83 hours and probably more than 150 hours brushing. got some help thankfully.
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Excellent Zeyang...I was just thinking about this project and wondering how it was going...got any more pictures!
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Excellent Zeyang...I was just thinking about this project and wondering how it was going...got any more pictures!
yes. quite a few.
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