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Got Started on the Boat
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Neighbor finally got his boat over to me and got started putting in new seats, reworking the engine cover and new flooring.
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(05-10-2020, 12:11 AM)meancuznalfy Wrote: Neighbor finally got his boat over to me and got started putting in new seats, reworking the engine cover and new flooring.
Looks good, what kind of boat is it?
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It's a 19' Maxum, it's in pretty good shape other than the interior is weather rotted. Both seat pedestals will be done today.
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(05-10-2020, 05:12 PM)meancuznalfy Wrote: It's a 19' Maxum, it's in pretty good shape other than the interior is weather rotted. Both seat pedestals will be done today.

Does that mean you do upholstery work? Do you know anything a props?
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I don't do upholstery work, new seats came with his boat, but needed some new pedestals to install them, which will add a little underseat storage. About the only thing I know about props is if they're bent then they don't work so good.
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(05-10-2020, 06:57 PM)meancuznalfy Wrote: I don't do upholstery work, new seats came with his boat, but needed some new pedestals to install them, which will add a little underseat storage. About the only thing I know about props is if they're bent then they don't work so good.

LOL, got yea. It looked like commercial seats but I wasn't sure, so you built the pedestals? I've got to have a custom made prop made for my boat motor, so I'm trying to get as much info as I can from members that might have opinions about props, that is why I ask.
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Lol, sorry I'm not much help in that area.

Both seat pedestals are done. Just need to get them covered and installed.
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#8
Looks good, are you planning on putting a seat, facing back, on the rear of that  pedestal?
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#9
Yea, it'll have 4 seats, need some longer bolts to install them. Now I can get the motor cover pulled apart and start fixing it.
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