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Russ Tinsley
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Thanks!  Hard to tell from the pics but it looks like you're maybe 2/3 done, with the console and other interior issues?  Which would make it 3 or 4 months of 8 hour days total? Even though I'm retired would probably take me more like a year or so.  4 or 5 hours a day of real work is a pretty good day for me.  It's a gorgeous boat and looks to be well worth the effort and expense.  It's those hours and hours of sanding that that scare me.  The rest I think will be fun. Thanks again for your input.   

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Rusty, is your transom built according to the plans,  i.e. did you add any doublers etc?  From the pics it looks like where the motor mounts  (motor board?) it is according to plan, about 1 1/2" thick.  What size motor do you plan to use?  Do you expect to do much trailering?  For my build, my concern is mainly the load on the transom while trailering as where I live requires lots of highway miles to get the boat in the water. Info on transom specs vs engine/boat size is hard to find.   

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