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Old 06-16-2019, 12:50 PM   #1
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Default Need fiberglass work and fabrication

Looking for someone who can do all or some of the following for me on a 33' project boat I have - converting from inboard to outboard.


1. make replacement composite deck panels, ability to make integral hatches with drains is a plus, but not a requirement. I have the old decks completely cut out already - total deck size needed is approx. 8' wide x 17' long

2. Install new composite stringers - I have started cutting them out and can finish removing, or have someone take over.

3. Reinforce transom with new Coosa - currently have 1/2" thick flat solid fiberglass transom - looking to add Coosa board and glass another 1/2" thick on inside to be able to be strong enough to add bracket and twin 300 hp outboards.


thanks in advance,

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Fayne limbo in east Milton......

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Thanks, I had spoken to him yesterday and he said he wasn't interested in taking on a project of this size because of his age (but he builds new boats which involves the same work??)
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Thanks, I had spoken to him yesterday and he said he wasn't interested in taking on a project of this size because of his age (but he builds new boats which involves the same work??)
He only likes to pic and choose. I couldn’t even get him to do a deck on a Carolina Skiff. Call big Mike for your fiberglass needs
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Michael Lamb in the Gufl Breeze area. Call any of the boat service centers in Gulf Breeze
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