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2006-09-15 Building the skeg started with finding the right position for a planed plank.
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2006-09-16 Marking two lines...
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2006-09-16 and roughing the epoxy.
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2006-09-16 The plank is also roughened, moistened with epoxy and screwed into the hull. Wooden wedges underneath keeps the plank stable. The gap is filled with epoxy mixed with microfibers.
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2006-09-16 -- to be continued --
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2006-09-16
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2006-09-16
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2006-09-17
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2006-09-17
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2006-09-17
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2006-09-17
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2006-09-30
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2006-09-30
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2006-09-30
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2006-10-01
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2006-10-15
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2006-10-15 ä
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2006-10-15
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2007-07-10 A hole for the propeller shaft and one more mistake.
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2007-07-10 This stuff is great for lighting fire in the sauna.
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2007-07-18 The upper half of the skeg is glued and secured with two bolts. The holes are filled with epoxy.
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2007-08-09
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2007-08-15 The stern tube is casted in epoxy.
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2007-08-15 The two parts are now glued together.
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2007-08-16 ... and finished.
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2007-08-16
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2007-08-16
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2007-08-18
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2007-08-19
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2007-08-19
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2007-08-19
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2007-08-19
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2007-08-25 The sterntube could have been some what longer. I had to cut the gland a little before screwing it to the tube.
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2007-09-20
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2007-10-07
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2008-08-23
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2008-08-23
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2008-08-24
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