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Old 06-03-2019, 05:35 PM   #21
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What size copper tubing did you use? Getting ready to add four to our boat deck next weekend.
I'm pretty sure I used 5/8" soft tubing.
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Old 07-20-2019, 04:46 PM   #22
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Here is a picture of the completed painted pilothouse roof.

Two coats of System Three LPU two part polyurethane paint was applied to the non walking surface areas of the new roof. The walking surface areas on the roof was painted with Interlux Intergrip Non Skid Additive mixed into the paint.

The extra width and length of the new roof allows more toys to be carried. Like my Hobie One 12 sailboat that I bought last fall.

Picture was taken in Ladysmith BC.
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Here is a picture of the completed painted pilothouse roof.

Two coats of System Three LPU two part polyurethane paint was applied to the non walking surface areas of the new roof. The walking surface areas on the roof was painted with Interlux Intergrip Non Skid Additive mixed into the paint.

The extra width and length of the new roof allows more toys to be carried. Like my Hobie One 12 sailboat that I bought last fall.

Picture was taken in Ladysmith BC.
Congratulations on a project well done and thanks for taking the time to write up and photograph. You even succeeded in improving the overall look of your boat, at least to my eye.
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Old 07-23-2019, 10:33 PM   #24
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Congratulations on a project well done and thanks for taking the time to write up and photograph. You even succeeded in improving the overall look of your boat, at least to my eye.

Thanks for the compliment.

You have a good eye for boat details. I always thought the original roof line and trim was lacking visual appeal and made minor changes to the shape.
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