F32 patio glass removal

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WayWeGo
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Re: F32 patio glass removal

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I'd be interested in seeing. I have seen the hole in my hull where the depth sounder was and also cut out the stuffing boxes on Oil & Water's F-36 that was going to the crusher. I didn't take any picture of either.
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Re: F32 patio glass removal

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You missed the big cut on Oil and Water :mrgreen:
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Re: F32 patio glass removal

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Yes, I missed that excitement. He must have recharged his Sawzall batteries by then - we ran them down pretty well cutting out the stuffing boxes. The fiberglass is quite a bit thicker around them.

If a F-36 had to be destroyed, at least many of the parts are being used on other boats, including ours.
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Re: F32 patio glass removal

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I'd like to see the hull thickness pictures for sure!!!
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