PlaneCrazy Posted April 26, 2017 Author Report Share Posted April 26, 2017 After a trip to Lowe's to pick up some 1/4" bolts, I figured it was a good time to work on things for a while. So I set up the trim router to put a 1/8" round over on the inner edges of the hull. Then I found some cardboard and glued the nesting bulkheads together. Found some scrap and made four reinforcement squares. I found rebar wire the other day at Home Depot, so that's what I used to stitch the hull together. Everything seemed to be ready, so with the help of my lovely wife, I did the butterfly thing that I've seen demonstrated, and next thing you know it looks like a boat. Only after all this was done and I stood back to take some pictures did I realize the mistake I made. In all the excitement I forgot to install the bolts. The bolts that I had just picked up at Lowe's. So now I need to decide what to do. Do I remove the bulkhead and go drill the holes on the drill press, or do leave it in place and eyeball it with a portable drill? Mike Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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