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Old 04-02-2017, 03:03 PM   #61
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what ever kind of paint i want to use, i have to sand down anyway. and i did some more testing with sigmarine paints.
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Old 04-02-2017, 03:14 PM   #62
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Sigmarine paint is the paint i am going to use now...
but first i have to go crazy of all the sanding i have to do BY HAND because we can not use any sanding machines anymore.

first layer a Sigmarine 28 multi primer. after that a couple of layers 49 white
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Old 04-24-2017, 04:46 PM   #63
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Eventually I painted the boat and it looks good.
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Old 04-24-2017, 04:54 PM   #64
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While the paint is drying I had some time to finish some other side projects.
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Old 04-24-2017, 05:14 PM   #65
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also made some new steps, overhauled the Anchor winch and Steering cylinder
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Old 04-24-2017, 05:31 PM   #66
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nice name signs
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Old 04-24-2017, 06:42 PM   #67
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Looks like you have a wagner rudder cylinder exact same model as mine.
I just unmount mine to bring it to the hydraulic shop for repair as it had a leak.
Did you rebuild yours by yourself? Did you have any issue?

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Old 04-25-2017, 01:17 PM   #68
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yes it is a wagner (700 series if I remember)

rebuild it myself, very easy

first loosen the nut and unscrew the eye out of the piston rod. unscrew the hose fittings and dismantle completely. unscrew the endcaps out of cilinder (I had to use a pair of pliers and damaged the end of the tread, no worries )
pull on the piston rod to get the piston out of the cilinder.

inspect piston rod and cilinder wall.. damage? throw away.. good condition?? clean all parts.

I used a set of dentist hooks to get out the oil seals and O-rings.
-on the piston are 2 oil seals
-on each endcap are 1 O-ring on the outside and 1 small oil seal on the inside.
remember or write down how the seals are facing!
Get yourself some new seals and O-rings and place them in the correct way.
put some clean steering oil on piston rod and O-ring to make assembly a bit easier.

Push piston back into cilinder and screw one by one the endcaps in its place. Look trough the hole in the side of the cilinder wall to line it up with the screw holes in the endcap. you have to line it up correctly because you have to place the hose fittings back.

when putting the hose fittings back together I didn't use the kopper rings that came off. instead I used threebond 1110H (loctite542) so the fittings lined up better with the hoses

screw fittings back in the cilinder/endcaps.
Screw eye back into piston rod and secure it with the nut...

Done.


have a clean working area allot of towels and use latex gloves.
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Old 04-25-2017, 02:47 PM   #69
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the paint was dry enough.. so m/v Zwaardvis (swordfish) is thrown into the water
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Good job!

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Old 04-25-2017, 03:03 PM   #71
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Thnx

had a leak at the propeller shaft but was easily fixed.
engine started at the turn of the key

Just a few small jobs and then I can enjoy a boat that's ready set sail
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after a motorcycle accident (not me, it was my girlfriend) and a nice holiday there were a few chores to do.
I had no 12V outlet on the bridge.. so I made a backplate to fit a socket, 2 usb ports and the VHF plug.
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Old 03-02-2018, 12:36 PM   #73
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Also bought a bimini top builder kit. and of course I had to build it in the living room against the will of the admiral before fitting it on de bridge
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Old 03-02-2018, 12:49 PM   #74
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because the winter has started, I have taken out my petroleum stove. yet I was thinking about a parking heater. a friend of mine recently built one in and was very satisfied with it.
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because it started to freeze solidly, I decided to build in a parking heater.
I managed to get a airtop 5500.
after the install I noticed a severe heat loss in the forward pipe. so in insulated it and saw an improvement in the outflowing air of 15* C
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after a motorcycle accident (not me, it was my girlfriend) and a nice holiday there were a few chores to do.
I had no 12V outlet on the bridge.. so I made a backplate to fit a socket, 2 usb ports and the VHF plug.
I have only jyst discovered this thread....what a treat to see someone doing such great work and with good humour! I hope you find the time to keep us posted on future projects.
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I would not mix aluminum and brass....unless very well isolated from each other.

I could be wrong but if the brass has enough copper in it....copper and aluminum in a salty environment are mortal enemies with the aluminum cording very fast.

If you can squeeze in a layer of rubber or plastic sheeting...it may be fine.

I shaved a half inch off my wooden mast hump, built back up with multiple layers of fiberglass roving and built a dam around the whole thing and filled with epoxy. Still good after 5 years and I use my mast/boom to lift my 200 pound dingy.
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Have you finished the sides where the seats were yet?

I just filled where the seat back was and left the rest open.

Put removable black plexiglass panels there and use that area to store fishing rods. Perfect use of space on my boat.
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