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    Trueing Hull (whats needed)

    Hi Guys starting my winter project (I am in Australia) Cylinders are at Lowell Going BB. Cant Wait.
    I ve searched and searched forums on this topic what I need to know is what everyone is using to true the hull with that sticks to SMC.

    Best way to support ski any tips

    With the sanding i know its front to back no side to side can you sand continuously up and down or is it only one stroke at a time front to back. (hope that makes sense)

    Best way to do this painful excersie LOL...and i do have the link to extremeracing just getting people s feed back thanks..

    Mike


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    hey fellow aussie.

    Another winter project in the making. I also would be interested in whats the go on trueing the hull.I got a few nice chunks at the moment and want a smooth hull for once to gain some extra mph.

    What do ppl use to paint the bottom of the hull also? certain gelcoat or something in a can?

    CHeers ozzygp

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    you beat me to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ABBOTT
    you beat me to it.
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    http://www.hydrotoys.com/gpr/tuners/crusty/

    same pics

    That is Crusty's other website....same person guys
    Brian Stevens a.k.a. Crusty from Region 5 and Liquid Propulsion Racing...

    One has a good narration...the other is a library of pics

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    Guys thanks for the reply but i have the links you provideded.

    Please read post again to understand my question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mik72e
    Guys thanks for the reply but i have the links you provideded.

    Please read post again to understand my question.
    1) Marine Tex (other people may chime in with other material ideas)
    2) Wooden Cart like in the website listed for you
    3) Front and back (just not side to side)
    4) Best way? Motor out and ski upside down. Easiet way? on your back laying on the floor under the boat, but not near as good of results as the hard way.

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    "Marine Tex "

    thats some tuff stuff !

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