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Mark Stieber
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Done, but far from finished.
I am way behind on the blog. So allow me to back up a little. I made the trailer bunks while the boat was upside down. The front bunk was an exact fit of the bow, my goal was for the boat to lock itself onto the trailer when the trailer winch was tightened ...
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Progress has been difficult, with every thing going on right now, time has to be "created" just to get a few things done.  The articulating pole is now operational. One of the things I really like that I did was to run the articulating pole controls into th...
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Time Machine is now 100% primed and I am now prepping to spray the Interlux Perfection final coat.  As I get another step closer comes the realization of all the steps to go. As I have said before, this has been a lesson in patience, perseverance and someti...
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The bottom is faired and I rolled on two coats of Interlux Primekote primer on the bottom and sides. I like the Interlux products so far and have decided to use it thruout the rest of the build. I was able to flip the boat over with the help of my son Jordo...
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I will try to catch everyone up on my progress. Allot has been going on since my last blog, I am nearly finished fairing the bottom and am planning to give the boat one prime coat, then flip the boat back over and finish the keel sleeve and install it in th...
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I'm flipping in love with this boat!
 Time Machines first trip out of the garage, Jordon, Jeramy, Ashley and Michelle on hand to help roll her over.  The floor of the cockpit is huge 4'4" X 8'5"....  The shortened cockpit seats will assure you are always hiked out when the air is up, but the h...
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I get by with a little help from my friends.
I am getting some much needed help on time machine.  Jordon and Jeremy have been helping on some fairing, you put a 250 lb National Rugby Champion on a sander, and the dust just seems to fly. (jeremy just got a teaching job in AZ, and is planning to build h...
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Still plugging!
Still plugging away, the lead has been poured and went well using a turkey fryer to melt the lead. I used less then 1 propane tank (I had an extra tank standing by just in case) the recycled tire weights were easy to use, and as soon as the lead melts the s...
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Plugging Away!
I am plugging away on "TIME MACHINE",,, the keel plug that is. As is the case with many of the parts of this build, to prevent slowing things down, or just overthinking it, you need to just roll up your sleeves and dive right in. We will get started on buil...
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