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Roger Peterson

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  • Birthday 08/09/1956

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    Ft.Worth, Texas

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  1. Rod, Did you make your boat cover? It looks great! Roger
  2. Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. Kisting. Looks like you need to scale down your CS20 to about 2" to the foot and build a 40" cradle. Your little one will be sailing in her Daddy's dreams in no time... :grin:
  3. Hi Steve, I've been following your build with interest. One question about using Peel-Ply, Can you re-use the peel-ply fabric? I have seen it listed for sale on-line and the price was almost the same as 6oz fiberglass cloth. :shock:
  4. Hi Robert, Welcome to the forum... I sent you an PM with contact info... get in touch when you can... Roger
  5. Do a search on Duckworks Magazine.com. They ran a couple of "how-to" articles a year or so back. The process looked easy enough for the amateur to handle with ease.
  6. Port and Starboard... port is on the left looking ahead, starboard is to the right. Welcome to the forum!
  7. So, Is it really a customized CS20? It looks a little top heavy.
  8. Hi Charlie, I think you meant to type Gulfport Mississippi, not Texas. I guess it's hard to tell from the water. :drinking: Have fun on your trip and keep us informed of your adventures...
  9. Do you mean the electric-start Passport? That's a classic! No, I was referring to the Suzuki C 90 boulevard street cruiser.(1500cc's)
  10. Congrats on the new "build project". I'll toss in the nick name "Bobber" It could go male or female, boater or biker... I saw your Suzuki in the photo. I ride a C-90 myself. Great bike,great boat (CS) Roger
  11. Hi Greg, The height is about the same as the overall width. IE: Max size would be about 20'wide x 20' tall x total length available if you used 20' material.
  12. Hi Greg, Google Stimpson Marine... They sell plans for a really cool "Bow Roof Shed" that can handle the snow loads in Maine. I bought the plans to build one in my back yard. The plans are adjustable for up to 24' wide by as long as you care to make it. If you line the inside as well as the outside with plastic, it becomes an insulated enclosure that is easy to keep warm in the winter. Roger
  13. Hi Mike, Your work is outstanding. I wish I could have just a bit of your talent. A quick question... What material are you planning to use for your windows? Thanks for showing us your project. Roger
  14. Hi Bruce, We had the same kind of boats on the back bay in Biloxi, Mississippi. That is what my brother had in mind when he asked me for help with his project. He will be fishing for Speckled Trout and looking for secluded spots to throw his cast net for Shrimp and Mullet. He could make the boat go forward easy enough, it was reverse he was looking for help on. PS His boat is actually 12' long, not 14'. Roger
  15. Thanks PAR, I'll send my brother a copy of your post. He has a small engine repair shop close to where he works. I'm sure he will be able to figure out how to make it all work with your advise. Thanks again for your help. I'll keep you posted with his progress as he sends me updates and pictures. Roger
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