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mick10/04/2009 20:41:25
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i bought this boat on ebay and i am converting it to a r a f sea plane tender
pictures on albums site i will update as it goes on

Edited By mick on 10/04/2009 20:59:56

ashley needham11/04/2009 18:27:16
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Mick, good luck with that, it seems to be a good boat to start there a prop shaft fittted??  have to watch out if its an old hull it might have a 4Ba shaft fitted and not a 4mm one !  How big is it and did you have any thoughts on motive power?  Ashley
mick11/04/2009 23:09:48
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hiya ashley 
its is all done shaft was fitted sorted i put in a 600 motor and a two bladed prop40
just finished the well deck and mast  the boat was crossed planked and was built
for ic use had to fill in holes in the hull but all done i am going to run it on 7.2v 
buggy packs two in parallel and a esc but still work in progress check the latest
photos mick

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