34’ webbers cove

Thoughts and suggestions?

  • Stick build

    Votes: 5 41.7%
  • Prefab top

    Votes: 7 58.3%

  • Total voters
    12
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Fishnjess

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Ok, somethings are cheaper to pay someone to do it. Maybe, I’ll do some research and look into a shop for this one.
I went with 7/8” pipe
 

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Ok, somethings are cheaper to pay someone to do it. Maybe, I’ll do some research and look into a shop for this one.
I went with 7/8” pipe
Don’t mean to scare you off. But I wasted a few pieces learning. No machine can do this, it’s an art IMO.
 

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A couple of bucks to have it done is better than wasting the material and starting over.
most art is just that, a stiff learning curve of errors. That’s for the input.
 
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A couple of bucks to have it done is better than wasting the material and starting over.
most art is just that, a stiff learning curve of errors. That’s for the input.
what are you bending up is that to make a rail or is it for some type of bimini top for shade
 

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It is for a small bow rail. From tip of the bow back to the trunk cabin.
 

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Windows! Haven’t posted in while. I feel my mood will change a little with some summer work. Busy doing a room for the littlest of my brood!!! Came out good. Started to work up costs and did some pricing locally for some black HDPE. Not terrible. One black sheet and possibly take a ride for some white to the consignment. Just don’t need a sheet when I can do some long pieces and short cutoffs.
“I don’t do fast food, but when we do....DQ!” Dos equios! Haa haa

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Snagged some time today. Did a little template work!!! A little bit of a pain but relatively simple. Got the port side figued. Just a little bit of material for building the pieces. Should be an easy run once I order the blk starbord.

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1st rough coat of blue inside. An old salt told me simple solution to bugs in a wheelhouse. Sky blue! I did it on another boat and seemed to work! It will definitely help with maintenance.
Only time will tell!

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Did a little Matterhorn White on the mahogany. Just didn’t want to sand all of it for clearcoat. Looks good on the first coat. Did some more blue gelcoat on enclosure and window framing near helm.

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