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Old 13-05-2019, 15:33   #31
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This has become annoying. Done.
Donít blame you, it was getting to me as well and I wasnít the OP.

Thanks for your pics, I get the general theme, good luck with the final job.
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Old 13-05-2019, 18:51   #32
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If anyone would like to share how he or she prepares his/her photos to post, that would be helpful, but insults are not following the "be nice" rule we all signed on to. Allied, if you can shrink the photos, they will come out right side up. Also I have found that if I transfer photos to the computer desktop first and then upload them from there they usually come out right side up.
It looks great and I wonder if you could make a hard dodger for me while you are at it????
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Allied, you can also make an album of your photos in your profile page and link that here too.
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Allied39, please do not get discouraged. I think your are inspiring more people than you think
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Looking good. Iím going to remember this for the future and do it myself, if I ever have a dodger again.
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Re: Hard Bimini build

Allied, realizing that you're doing it your way, we built our own hard foam-sandwich bimini (with rain catch) ourselves. It's documented on our website here. It's only a single page, so a reasonably quick illustrated read if you don't bounce back to pages showing where we actually did the work. Clicking on the photos brings up a larger image - use the back button to get back. Good luck!
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