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Old 03-16-2017, 06:40 AM   #1
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KK42 Restoration

I'm bringing KK42 1982 Hull #28 back from the dead in St. Pete FL. Need anything you have on your various projects... right now replacing wood covered refrigerator freezer hole. Understand subzero 249FF and RP were OEM. Anyone have a pair for sale? Alternatively what did you replace them with? I've also seen pics of the wooden door restaurant style latching ones? Any guidance would be appreciated....

Next on the list:
1. installing pantograph wipers
2. Removing HD behr white latex paint over every piece of exterior teak.
3. Sanding interior teak decks and bulkheads
4. Mattress replacement (anyone have measurements for non-island master).
5. Installation of initial unit A/C (Dometic ECD16k)..

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Old 03-16-2017, 10:55 AM   #2
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The "wooden door restaurant style latching ones" were original in mine. Just two insulated fiberglass boxes from the factory All the refrigeration was added after the fact. I kept them, and repaired/replaced components. You get more interior volume that way.

Depending on the thoroughness and timeline of your restoration, I'd leave the exterior teak alone until towards the end.
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Old 03-17-2017, 08:46 PM   #3
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Well.... i tend to understand the "do the outside last" sentiment... but then everyone will think i have an ugly boat.... im being facetious of course. How hard can it be to use a heat gun on the rails...

on a more frustrating note: I was supposed to go pick her up tomorrow morning.... north winds in Charlotte Harbor means Punta Gorda Marina runs dry... %$#&%#@%$@(!!!!!

God is torturing me.
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Old 03-23-2017, 10:20 PM   #4
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Best of luck w/her when you do go to bring her home.
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not sure if you've seen this boat or not.
might be able to pick up a few ideas for your boat
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Old 04-03-2017, 08:45 PM   #6
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Stout is an awesome boat. You can see the TLC in every picture. The best experience was going to TrawlerFest in Stuart last month and seeing what people had done with their own KKs.

I finally got the 42 up to St. Pete from Punta Gorda. What a trip! Old diesel fuel, polishing after tow in, setting out, passing under Skyway Bridge with fuel issues nagging the whole way. In any event, nothing like learning yourboat on the fly....
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I'm bringing KK42 1982 Hull #28 back from the dead in St. Pete FL. Need anything you have on your various projects... right now replacing wood covered refrigerator freezer hole. Understand subzero 249FF and RP were OEM. Anyone have a pair for sale? Alternatively what did you replace them with? I've also seen pics of the wooden door restaurant style latching ones? Any guidance would be appreciated....



Next on the list:

1. installing pantograph wipers

2. Removing HD behr white latex paint over every piece of exterior teak.

3. Sanding interior teak decks and bulkheads

4. Mattress replacement (anyone have measurements for non-island master).

5. Installation of initial unit A/C (Dometic ECD16k)..



Rnummi at mac dot com


Mine is hull #5. Owned it for 20 years because we can't find anything we like better.. It was in sad shape when we got it. I have the drawings for the early hulls and done probably any project that you face. Contact me at pirare@krogen42.com if I can answer any questions.
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Old 07-24-2017, 12:33 PM   #8
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How's it going?

How is the restoration coming? Are you still in St. Pete?
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Old 07-24-2017, 01:00 PM   #9
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How is the restoration coming? Are you still in St. Pete?


The boat is now in S. St. Pete at MarineMax Pasadena.... slowly but surely plugging along. 80% done w teak stripping.. just too damn hot to work on boat.
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Old 07-24-2017, 01:10 PM   #10
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The boat is now in S. St. Pete at MarineMax Pasadena.... slowly but surely plugging along. 80% done w teak stripping.. just too damn hot to work on boat.
Any chance I can come out and take a look one evening this week . Really interested I what I will be getting into when I meme my purchase.
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Old 07-24-2017, 04:14 PM   #11
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Anytime

Feel free... it's kind of a work-site but you are welcome to come check it out.
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Feel free... it's kind of a work-site but you are welcome to come check it out.
Thank you, will come by tomorrow about 6pm if that's ok. Are you on site?
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I'm there most of the day but can stay later.. see you then.
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I'm there most of the day but can stay later.. see you then.
See you then. Thank you
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Arrggg, sorry can we do it Wed? Forgot i have a special detail tomorrow until 7.
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Old 07-24-2017, 04:48 PM   #16
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If you remind me...

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Old 07-24-2017, 04:49 PM   #17
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Can I call you, ? You can email me at Swampgatr@gmail.com.
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rnummi -

My wife and I are the current caretakers of Stout. If you need any additional pictures taken other than what Jay Becker took for her website, let me know.

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Old 01-09-2018, 07:27 AM   #19
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Thanks all! Im up to my .... in this KK42. Just finishing up the complete Re wiring (20k) of Daydream. All new house, all new starter bank etc. interestingly enough Charlie Johnson (the Best KK42 electrician in Fla) observed that all, yes all the original heavy wiring used welding cable as opposed to legit Marine cable. Just an FYI.
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Old 01-09-2018, 07:45 AM   #20
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PS all exterior teak now back to au naturale. Whew, that was a job.

By the way... anyone wanting to acquire this puppy before I finish the restore is welcome to come have a look.... Im still in love, just not married yet.... all wiring complete, new xantrex 3012, new xantrex auto gen start, new blue sea main panel... Im not posting her for sale...but as they say on zillow make me move. Probably about 100k at this point..next on my install: A/C and Nav updates....Will be all Garmin.
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