I put HOLES in our HULL (boat work with JADE) | Expedition Evans BONUS

12 jan 2021
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With Brett off to his other work, it's boat building with Jade again. Except this time, it's not so much building as it is removing some of our hard work. When we laid the glass we intentionally glassed over the bolt holes where the keel bolts through the hull and grid. This allowed us to...
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The Evans'

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*Our Boat*
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Mast, sails and rig are in excellent condition and in storage
Here's what we *think* we know about her past. Keep in mind we bought her at auction without ever meeting the owner! The owner was sailing along and ran aground - hard. Hard enough that the keel pivoted and pushed the aft end up into the hull. This force cracked the internal grid in several places and broke a portion of the grid free from hull. At some point an inspection was done, insurance was called and decisions were made. See seworld.info/will/gIKXstfZpYJk1mQ/video for how we came to own her!
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Kommentarer
  • If you are 2-3 times my age with the equivalent of added experience, please think before you criticize me for learning and gaining my own experience. I'm here. I'm doing it. I'm fixing this boat and learning a lot and creating these videos for you guys. Stop raining on my parade. Suggestions and ideas are totally welcome and can hopefully be a resource for others who watch these videos. And a note on misogyny: this is my boat and my project just as much as it is Brett's.

    Expedition EvansExpedition Evans12 dagar sedan
    • whoa! wasn't hating just had a suggestion.

      M.L.M.L.4 timmar sedan
    • No trash talkin' here, you guys are killin' it. You have done an amazing job. Keep up the good work.

      Steven ScherrySteven Scherry18 timmar sedan
    • My only problem with you is you are already married. i think you are awesome. What you attempt and acheive is wonderful. i wish my wife would watch as well.

      Eva BabiesEva Babies4 dagar sedan
    • You are absolutely correct. We all had to learn and I love your creativity. You get the job done and it looks like it's turning out great.

      Chad DChad D5 dagar sedan
    • @Arthur kettle The SEworld comment filters takes care of publishing them; however, Jade has had to see them.

      Sailing KeaniSailing Keani7 dagar sedan
  • Now that looks about right; once to the hardware store, twice to the hardware store for more boat stuff...today. Once, working on my new-to-me boat, I went 5 times, and I was walking. Should I tell you that? :) Nice light support system. You're doing a great job and it's so much fun to watch your progress. Ignore the critics, they're not quite there yet. Sail on!

    SilverArkSilverArkDag sedan
  • Stuck at home in Norway with a sinus infection I have just "binge watched" all your movies. Looking at the starting point (a badly grounded and "fixed" boat...) and the huge job you have managed to do (learning along the way) is simply impressive, so just ignore any negative comments and remember what the surveyor said after inspecting your work. That is what counts, and overkill is great when you hit really bad weather one day...! I am a 56 year old sailboat racing/cruising techie, grew up in saltwater and boats, have crossed many oceans and have done several similar projects (although not as extensive as this!). If I hadn't also started 30-35 years ago like you two have done, I wouldn't have the tech experience and skills I have today. And for those who comments about this man/woman stuff, GROW UP! I once took apart half my car engine because it was running rough, just to hear my wife ask if there was gas in the tank... and I will not tell you about my first fibreglass job, but it was hot! So proud of you both!!!

    Trond SeverinsenTrond Severinsen2 dagar sedan
  • Hey Jade don’t let the haters bring you down, they ARE the minority, and their comments are just a reflection of their open self-loathing. You both doing a great job!!!

    Jerry ThorntonJerry Thornton4 dagar sedan
  • Well done. Great problem-solving.

    John ReimJohn Reim4 dagar sedan
  • Go for it. There are negative people everywhere. IGNORE THEM.

    Dirk RoelsDirk Roels5 dagar sedan
  • Yeah right....

    Arthur kettleArthur kettle7 dagar sedan
  • Amazing woman you are. 😃

    Eden N BorneoEden N Borneo7 dagar sedan
  • I am real proud of you both. It is often hard to work with your spouse on a project without getting in each other's face. You are doing extremely well. Keep up the good work. Learn as you go...seek help or advice when you need it...not when someone says you need it. Don't let the cancel culture get to you. Greetings from wintery Minnesota.

    Marc DeBowMarc DeBow7 dagar sedan
  • Thank you for the videos! My wife and I are cheering you on each week, you just don’t know it. Please don’t give up on us because of some pathetic cowards who wouldn’t dare run their mouths in public.

    Joel HutsonJoel Hutson8 dagar sedan
  • What helped us a lot when thinking about abrasive methods and epoxy, treat it as a soft metal. Something between hard wood and soft mild steel. Metal tools are golden but the glass will wear anything out. Wood tools where they make a nice cut on wood usually never do on epoxy. When we did a lot of thru deck holes, we used a lot of stepped drill bits, makes a nice chamfer on the holes too. You have done a stellar job!

    Viktor LöfstedtViktor Löfstedt8 dagar sedan
  • Instead of using bolts to secure the keel. Have you thought of using studs? They have a raised shoulder that will seal the stud to boat joint better than sealing on the threads of the bolt. From an engineering position. There are many other structure qualities that a stud offers over bolts.

    Tyrone ShulaceTyrone Shulace8 dagar sedan
  • My boyfriend and I absolutely adore you and are heartbroken that people have been such jerks to you.

    Laura BraggLaura Bragg8 dagar sedan
  • What a woman ! Any smart man in this world would, love to have a woman like Jade ! You are just Awesome !!

    jerry surrattjerry surratt8 dagar sedan
  • Maybe I missed it in previous videos.... how much did y’all pay for that boat at auction?

    Jim JamensonJim Jamenson8 dagar sedan
  • I was just about to comment that (4:35) hole saws are supposed to have a drill bit as a guide, but you address that at 6:55. Someone at the store should have asked you about getting the hole saw without a bit. But it all turned out fine anyways. ;-) You two are doing such a great job on repairing your boat.

    J AdJ Ad9 dagar sedan
  • FYI when cleaning out your hole saw a small flat head screwdriver works very well and you'll never burn your fingers

    Bryon EnsmingerBryon Ensminger9 dagar sedan
  • Instead of tracing the hole you could take one of the bolts with you and get a drill bit the size you need

    Bryon EnsmingerBryon Ensminger9 dagar sedan
  • Jade good job squashing the nay sayers. I think you did a fine job solo as you learn

    Don PetreyDon Petrey9 dagar sedan
  • Admire your process, please keep going!

    sonny cooksonny cook9 dagar sedan
  • The whole issue was... Is fiberglass strong enough to hold the hull and keel in sailing conditions ..

    rexol rexolrexol rexol9 dagar sedan
  • I am so sorry to hear about these asses. I think you are doing great! Maybe you could take up 'throwing knives' as a hobby so to worry these bad guys!🥴

    Roman VictorRoman Victor9 dagar sedan
  • Great job jade! Loving that you got it sorted, you never have quite the right tool, do you? Looks really good job! Keep the videos coming.

    Andrew HaighAndrew Haigh9 dagar sedan
  • The final results will be amazing keep kool ...

    Jean marie montignyJean marie montigny9 dagar sedan
  • Great work! 🤞🏼

    A Sailboat Named RoxyA Sailboat Named Roxy9 dagar sedan
  • "All my holes are piloted" - Jade Evans, 2021 :)

    T3nEightyT3nEighty9 dagar sedan
  • 👍😎

    Bill MahlerweinBill Mahlerwein9 dagar sedan
  • Dude..haters will hate. You're doing great Jade..best part is you guys are learning every inch of the boat and someday you'll be out in the middle of the Pacific..heeled over in a storm and you will have the confidence of knowing that she's a strong and well made vessel...and that those keel holes are perfect...have another sip of your tea and watch those awesome waves...then smile at the haters....please take me to the Marshall islands via you tube channel someday?

    The Davies Family ChannelThe Davies Family Channel10 dagar sedan
  • You guys are amazing! I look so forward to your videos! So well done.

    Robert TurkRobert Turk10 dagar sedan
  • Hey, I'm 67 and no way I'd snipe or be negative about what you are doing. I had a garage in Bristol (England) with 2 women mechanics, they were great - we were partners. Also what you are doing is great, I mean, I have occasionally thought that you are both barking mad, certainly doesn't detract from my respect for what a good job you are BOTH doing. Next time I feel fed up with having to work on my boat, I shall just think of you and Brett and smile..

    Andy SimonsAndy Simons10 dagar sedan
  • I also just came across your channel. You did a wonderful job. I'm at least 3 times your age and raised 2 girls and made sure they could do the basics. One has a Psyc. degree and is HVAC certified and the other is a Director of Elementary Education for the state of Michigan. The most important part is being willing to jump in with both feet. Never would criticize willingness. This was very enjoyable and I subscribed. Looking forward to the future presentations.

    Chappy DChappy D10 dagar sedan
  • I’m blown away by what you guys have accomplished with that boat! Your workmanship is excellent. It is so exciting to learn new things as you dive into a challenging project. You need to be proud of where you’re at with the boat. All the hard work and struggles will be so worth it the minute you sail it out of the harbor. Keep up the good work and thanks for the entertainment!

    aarvigaarvig10 dagar sedan
  • Lets cover covers and make holes in holes! Yeah! Love this channel!

    VitaliyVitaliy10 dagar sedan
  • You are awesome! I know my ex would never had jumped in and started drilling holes and everything you have done on that boat! I do encourage my daughter to watch you and Uma - because you guys are great role models for hard work and dedication.

    Blue Moose TravelerBlue Moose Traveler10 dagar sedan
  • Jade , u r AWESOME and I love you attitude and the enthusiasm of you both. One thought I have is, would you put the old keel bolts back? They may be structurally compromised after a major grounding. How hard and expensive would it be to fit new?

    mark harrisonmark harrison11 dagar sedan
  • Love your videos.. but you really need to get a ''vernier gauge'' for your tool kit.. for measuring the diameter of a hole or drill. they are cheep now and im sure you will need it again and again on your journey 👍

    Kevin HemmingKevin Hemming11 dagar sedan
  • Shouldn’t it take Opulent minutes to,drill each holes 🕳🤷‍♂️

    M BeachM Beach11 dagar sedan
  • Sometimes, when watching your videos, it’s like a horror movie, I need to hide under the sheets! In my mind, I heard some Alfred Hitchcock shrieks when you snookered yourself with the oversized drilling (when you had no centre for the hole saw). But if I drilled those holes, there’s no way the keel bolts would match up! Admire your courage. Great work on keeping that wrecked boat demon at bay. Looking forward to seeing the keel come on, and seeing the demon resurrected as an everlasting beacon of goodness.

    Paul BrucePaul Bruce11 dagar sedan
  • I actually really appreciated seeing your thought processes. Working through each problem that pops up, finding a workable solution and then applying what you learned until you became proficient. I wish you had shown a tiny bit more concern over punching holes in your freshly glassed hull. It's a reasonably large problem if say you had put a hole in the wrong spot. I'm sure you had those concerns but the story teller in me needed to see that.

    Bob AdamBob Adam11 dagar sedan
  • This board passed survey and was floated in early December.

    Philip GardnerPhilip Gardner11 dagar sedan
  • Great effort. I didn't see a micrometer in that tool bag. A great asset for finding sizes. Also drill templates are a wonderful thing when copying pattens. Always take in account curved surfaces and angle of the axis between the holes. You guys are A-1 in the glass work. Better than OEM! Drill a hole in tne wrong place just fill and redo )) Good to see hubby is flying again. V1 - Vr- rotate positive rate ? Gear up and hopefully soon to the sea. Cheers

    Craig ECraig E11 dagar sedan
  • Fiberglass is polyester resin, not epoxy (polyamide or polyamine). Should never touch either with unprotected skin

    TOM SANDERSTOM SANDERS11 dagar sedan
    • @Expedition Evans I have been certified for ALL epoxies and ALL catalyzed products since 1992. Although inert when fully cured, the dust is a lung irritant (that will cause bleeding)and the microfine glass particles will cause slivers. You haven't lived until you get fiberglass dust on your private parts when going pee. Trying to warn you from lessons that I learned the hard way when I was your age

      TOM SANDERSTOM SANDERS11 dagar sedan
    • Hey Tom, our boat hull (from factory) is laminated with vinyl ester. When we rebuilt the structural grid we used epoxy. Our new laid glass covered the original bolt holes which is what I am cutting out in this video. Fully cured epoxy is safe to touch

      Expedition EvansExpedition Evans11 dagar sedan
  • You are wonderful. The vast majority of your audience are supporting this adventure and it has become our adventure. Keep going and ignore those who want something different. I think most people don’t understand they are not viewing in real time and you cannot always take advice on things that have already happened. They probably don’t understand the amount of time it takes to set up a shot, repeat it multiple times and edit the footage, the latter about an hour per minute. You are also creating your own history and memories.that your families can view in the future. COVID is oppressive and depressing so keep going, For the audience, this boat has already launched so most of the advice is surplus to requirements. Just remember you are amazing!!

    Philip GardnerPhilip Gardner11 dagar sedan
  • manoa.hawaii.edu/exploringourfluidearth/chemical/properties-water/hydrogen-bonds-make-water-sticky

    John MatthewJohn Matthew11 dagar sedan
  • Hes gone so now some real work will get done.

    Komer WestKomer West11 dagar sedan
  • Wow its incredible on how a few words can be turned upside down, I meant no harm and if I offended you and anybody else it wasn't my intention. I wasn't criticizing you or trying to rain on your parade and I'm sorry you feel that way.

    jofus01jofus0111 dagar sedan
  • Hello Mr & Mrs Evans, your channel is very enjoyable. I find it very funny to read comments from some humans that have lost the connection between their brains and their fingers. Fair winds to you both.

    Jonathan FJonathan F11 dagar sedan
  • Jade you are sooooooo adorable. I’m a truck driver and my wife often has to take care of things that I normally would do. So I absolutely understand what your going through. You two are doing an amazing job. Great footage and wonderful content. Keep up the awesome job. I CAN NOT WAIT to go on your travels with you vicariously. ❤️

    First day with new brainFirst day with new brain11 dagar sedan
  • I hope I am wrong. But the hole size looks too large diameter? I hope I am wrong.

    how eklhow ekl11 dagar sedan
    • Hey there! I drilled to holes on our new laid glass to match the original holes from factory exactly

      Expedition EvansExpedition Evans11 dagar sedan
  • Good episode

    Scott WileyScott Wiley11 dagar sedan
  • Well done you!! 'No better way to learn than to just get stuck in and do it, you really are doing a wonderful job.

    Greg LarkinGreg Larkin11 dagar sedan
  • Drilling holes in the bottom of the boat all by yourself is gutsy af

    Bjørn Otto VasbottenBjørn Otto Vasbotten11 dagar sedan
  • You could have aimed a light up from the bottom and voila! There are the holes!

    Terance BorenTerance Boren11 dagar sedan
  • All real projects require at least three trips to the hardware store :-)

    Jeep482Jeep48211 dagar sedan
  • Ever hear of a vernier caliper? It can measure diameters --- inside and outside --- hole and bolt, respectively.

    Ron OwensRon Owens11 dagar sedan
  • Start it in reverse to start the holes..

    katmanclancykatmanclancy11 dagar sedan
  • Good job keep it up...

    Gregory FeeleyGregory Feeley11 dagar sedan
  • Great work, Jade! I'm in the process of restoring a motorhome by myself because my husband has become disabled. He asked me if I wanted diamonds for Christmas and I said NO, get me power tools!!! Keep moving forward!

    Tracy B.Tracy B.11 dagar sedan
    • That is amazing! Wishing you all the best for your refit. I love scrolling through pinterest motorhome refit ideas 🙃 haha! There is so much potential - have fun!

      Expedition EvansExpedition Evans11 dagar sedan
  • Well done and thanks for showing us all the learning experience. Often discovered the wisdom of the sayings "use the right tool for the job" and "think or measure twice and cut once" one day I hope to be wise enought to learn from others mistakes and apply these things consistently but I suspect I'll always know how the job should have been done better once I've done it and had to fix all my errors :-)! Looks like a nice job in the end, she'll be a boat to be proud of :-)!

    Tom RileyTom Riley11 dagar sedan
  • Impressive filming and editing work on this episode.

    Brandt DeteringBrandt Detering11 dagar sedan
    • Thank you!

      Expedition EvansExpedition Evans11 dagar sedan
  • "Boat Work with Jade" I like it ....

    Go Leafs GoGo Leafs Go11 dagar sedan
  • It is very interesting to see your work. I learn a lot. I have a dude: I think that you must drill vanes at the frames, to permit the water drain to the bilge.

    Alberto RudolfAlberto Rudolf11 dagar sedan
  • R YOUR KEEL BOLTS LONG ENOUGH

    david corkumdavid corkum11 dagar sedan
  • Opps late to the party...492 comments at this time so forgive me if my thoughts appear somewhere else. I know this is not boat related however may I ask that you sanitize your hands B4 getting into the car. No sense is using Covid laden hands to open the door as well as touching whatever you have to in order to seat yourself (e.g. grab handles, steering wheel, arm rest on door, etc). I am lovin' your videos, this one had a nice easy going vibe to it. Continued success on your repairs, looking forward to splash down. :-)

    Just MeJust Me12 dagar sedan
  • Great video girl!! Your very natural in front of a camera!

    Steven PendletonSteven Pendleton12 dagar sedan
  • You're "Good" Jade - Rock on!

    Sail DogSail Dog12 dagar sedan
  • Brave girl ... Super ...

    Marcin KosiloMarcin Kosilo12 dagar sedan
  • Using a sharpie and a sheet of plastic for 'measuring' the hole's size was a clever idea but please buy a sliding caliper. Once you got one you will find it very useful almost every day.

    John MayerJohn Mayer12 dagar sedan
  • Good job,solving issues is the learning curve,

    Anthony capestanyAnthony capestany12 dagar sedan
  • Love these videos! Is there any chance you guys could put out a list of Tool manufacturers you liked and which you didnt? I am starting to build out my own toolset and your personal experience would be very helpful.

    Louis KasserLouis Kasser12 dagar sedan
  • Not sure if my previous comment made it but Awesome jobs on the holes!

    Chuck M.Chuck M.12 dagar sedan
  • Awesome job!

    Chuck M.Chuck M.12 dagar sedan
  • Fixing up my Verl 27 and being shown up by jade when it comes to most things DIY :|

    Michael WhiteMichael White12 dagar sedan
  • I was just wondering what airlines your husband works for or is it a private work that he’s doing

    Okay HillOkay Hill12 dagar sedan
  • Too much work for a hole, but it's good to see you taking your time and worrying about the details. Looks like you learned a lot. Great Job! It's all about fun and learning a skill. You'll be an expert! Might I suggest you invest in a micrometer to measure things like hole and bolt sizes. One Amazon micrometer is less expensive then a single large hole saw and mandrel. Having one saves money in the end.

    K VerbK Verb12 dagar sedan
  • You are doing great! As someone that is close to twice your age, I have also made mistakes along the way. The important thing is that you learn from your mistakes and don't repeat them! I also have destroyed a dremel or two! It is the dust getting in the motor and not allowing the brushes to make contact. Try using a vacuum when there is a lot of dust. Keep up the great videos!

    Joseph BrinleyJoseph Brinley12 dagar sedan
  • What a great episode - Boatwork-With-Jade is inspiring! Love your channel and how you and Brett are learning. You're SO brave getting into this project and equally so in sharing it with us - I've made countless mistakes in my learning experiences that I'm sure I'd have been criticised for if anyone had been watching! Keep enjoying your brilliant parade and many thanks for letting us enjoy it with you. Very best wishes from a cold, rainy, locked down UK!!

    Michael SMichael S12 dagar sedan
  • I think you do a great job, not you alone but you bought, I’m 61 and I’m a handyman, and watching you bought working on your boat, I think you must be very proud of what you do, once again CONGRATULATIONS !!!

    PelachinPelachin12 dagar sedan
  • Used to do two different things when trying to use a bigger hole saw in a hole. One was some arbors for hole saws have a long thread for the hole bits, allowing you to put the smaller one inside the larger one( instead of drill bit). But more often I'd drill a hole in a piece of one inch stock and center that hole over where I want to drill and use it as a guide.

    Richard CarverRichard Carver12 dagar sedan
  • Crushing it!

    Avery SullivanAvery Sullivan12 dagar sedan
  • Thankx for the extra :) Great work Jade ⛵️

    Shaun OakesShaun Oakes12 dagar sedan
  • Looks like Jade had to get her husband off to work so she could complete some hull work (joking guys, I know it is a team effort).

    max nexmax nex12 dagar sedan
  • ALSO - Treat yourselves to some 4.0 Ah batteries ! In that way you will not have to change batteries so often.

    Phil StevensPhil Stevens12 dagar sedan
  • Probably too late now, but if you have not thrown the cores away, keep them for any surveyors in the future, when you come to sell, so you can show them the depth of fibreglass & how dense the laminations are

    graham longleygraham longley12 dagar sedan
  • Can I please give you guys advice:- BEFORE you start a job, make sure you have ALL the 'Working' tools you need!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Phil StevensPhil Stevens12 dagar sedan
  • We think you ROCK !! Those are some pretty neat holes !! And the part that came out was THICK too.. You did a great job. And we call you Jadeguyver from now on... What a great idea to hold a light against the hull !!! Happy sail peeps.. Thanks for these vids..

    SuperSnakySuperSnaky12 dagar sedan
  • Learning new stuff every day. Right tools for the job is always important. Well done great job.

    brendon mitchellbrendon mitchell12 dagar sedan
  • Excellent, like to know I am not the only one to learn on the Job. A husband that goes off to work leaving you to drill multiple holes through the bottom of your boat, and a wife that works it out, and buys the tools along the way. A great relationship, and I suspect, as a couple, you can do anything.

    John PoyntonJohn Poynton12 dagar sedan
  • Jade - you are a gun 👏🏻👏🏻

    Anthony BeckAnthony Beck12 dagar sedan
  • Starting a larger hole saw in an already drilled hole is easy by using a pre drilled hole in a piece of wood and using that as a guide on top.

    John NelsonJohn Nelson12 dagar sedan
  • Years of experience behind me and the girl did ok. One tip..make a hardboard template of the holes and take it over to the keel. Better to find an issue now than when you have the boat on the crane. Hope to see a perfect fit in the next video.

    Jon WetherellJon Wetherell12 dagar sedan
  • Well done :) nice to see the progress

    Craig SchofieldCraig Schofield12 dagar sedan
  • Jade u are a very clever well rounded woman, ur a leftie👍so ur super cool. Ur boat is beautiful, I know ur sailing as i send this message and its certainly because of u that she is sitting proud in the water. And Brett. This vlog was great u were being yourself, u actually laughed it was nice to see and hear. And what a great job u did so proud Go Girls. Hope the dogs are enjoying the new lifestyle congratulations. 🐳🦈🦑🐙🦀💖🐕👩‍✈️🌏

    karlenemaxine Frostkarlenemaxine Frost12 dagar sedan
  • Advices and critics are useless (mostly "next time" for no, they will not redo it over) Videos popup weeks after job's done. Laying fibers ideal maximum strength is done following its tram and 4 cardinal points. NS, WE, NE/SW, NW/SE axis (or depending on tram's designs) I haven't seen it done. Everyone it's own style. The surveyor has certainly been watching the videos, and they passed it with flying colors.

    Deep Dive DelightDeep Dive Delight12 dagar sedan
  • Think you're doing great work, and I know I like these videos more, since it features you so much more; solving problems, and proving you're far more than another pretty face, etc... May not be necessary, but since fiberglass is slightly porous to water, you may want to seal those holes in glass hull with a finishing resin that is waterproof (has waxes in mix) or a thin layer bedding of compound like 5200 or whatever you were planning on using when keel is re-attached to seal in place the mounting bolts. You had a good idea that I hadn't considered, sanding the edges of holes will give a small chamfer on bolt holes helpful for sealing compound to compress into for improved sealing.

    Mike LoveMike Love12 dagar sedan
  • Well done....learning on the job, sooooo cool 😎

    Kelvin WeedingKelvin Weeding12 dagar sedan
  • Have you guys decided on a new name for the boat?

    Sailing SV ZaraSailing SV Zara12 dagar sedan
  • ''how to channel'' dammit its sailing channel.................not ........................yet :)

    rob prenticerob prentice12 dagar sedan
  • Good job, Jade. Hole saws without center drills are like pogo sticks without bumper pads. Wander all over the place and bounce a lot ....

    Lee HumesLee Humes12 dagar sedan
  • good job. Wear a respirator. Don't know if I missed it, but I'd a steel plate or a piece of angle iron to distribute the load. Don't want your keel following off or cracking the hull

    davep6977davep697712 dagar sedan
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