- Jul 5, 2016
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Yeah my deal is I am going with 4" tips and spacing is different on off the shelf parts. I like those tails they do not mix the water until the tip.I loved the old school logs, had a real nice set of NICSON manifolds and snails, I ended up destroyer the block when I filled up number 6 with water. the only thing we can think of is it had to push up thru my tips as I wasnt running a flapper. I have the motor very low in the boat, my drive shaft is right at 1/2 inch above my floors and I clocked the snails to be at the same angle as the valve covers. Was teaching a young man the ski so we were back and forth in big waves and when she locked up she bent everything. I just swapped over to Dana exhaust and down tubes, been out a couple times and no issues... so far... with this boat I am keeping my fingers crossed. I had to notch my hatch a bit but everything is still under the cover, at first start up it was a noticeable difference in sound for sure and I am breaking the prop loose out of the hold, torque is noticeable up and we put the same basic engine back together just 60 over vs 30. I run Nicson logs on my flat and have no intention of changing them but felt it was necessary for the day cruiser.
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No steep driveway just protecting underwater gear better than it was. Thought about it on the bolts.Dayum, that is going to be one STOUT trailer. Looking great and I love the bronze bushings in the rollers, you must have a steep driveway or someplace thats gonna need em. Are you going to run bolts with zerks?
Lol no engine is still on the stand. Next year I hopeHmmm, build from scratch, reuse axles, cut up old trailer, transfer old Vin and plates to new creation, go boating. Not a bad idea.
Progress looks great.
I take it you didn't go to the Havasu Trump parade. In the rdp video, a double step day cruiser at the 36 second is mark looks like yours. Or mine.
Simple as it gets+free electric oven, Eastwood dual voltage gun and some good powder. I am into it for $300 at this point with powder so that doesn't take long at a shop! Prep is key sand blast/pre-heat to get shit out of material /wipe down with acetone etcVery nice!
Tell us more about your home powder coat set-up. Every time I take a bunch of CS little parts down to my PC guy I think, I should just figure out how to do this myself...
That is a really cool idea/design! You need to be careful though as the different ramp angles and water levels can cause contact with the boat in unintended areas. You would need a SS contoured armor plate area up around there to give yourself insurance against that potential damage.
Probably going to ditch it and go roller lolThat is a really cool idea/design! You need to be careful though as the different ramp angles and water levels can cause contact with the boat in unintended areas. You would need a SS contoured armor plate area up around there to give yourself insurance against that potential damage.
Looks awesome though!
I saw this, Great work on the contour ! I think they are the same brand fenders.