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First step toward installing the
afterdeck


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Supports for 10' of afterdeck
glued and clamped


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Supports for 10' of afterdeck
completed


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7' of starboard afterdeck
cut to size


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7' of port afterdeck cut to size


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Example of workable radius bend
of throttle and shift cables


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Example of workable radius bend
of throttle and shift cables


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Taping where glue will be


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Underside of afterdeck panels
epoxyed 2 coats. Bare wood stripes
will be glued to deck supports.


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Frame 4


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Frame 5


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Frame 6


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Frame 7


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Frame 8


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We decided to step the deck
down at frame 5 rather than 4.
Removed the 4-5 deck supports
and cut bulkhead down 4".


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Cutting bulkhead 4 with
6-1/2" circular saw


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Cutting bulkhead 4 with pull saw.
"We put 'em together and
we take 'em apart."


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Forward cabin sole supports


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Afterdeck panel ready to install


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Starboard afterdeck panel glued
and screwed


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Wine on the afterdeck


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Oh, oh! We're capsizing!!!