Thing's aren't perfect with it but it ended up being super solid and level. Slight uphill to it for water drainage. All we had was a hand saw so he eyed the angles and made it work. Here was the start. We tacked it in to the back supports as well as the side ribs. Then added screws from top to bottom for the support legs.hockeyref18 said:Great work man! Can we get a close up of the frame work if possible
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misunderstood said:Wow what a transformation. Nice work!!
perchjerker said:wow came out fantastic! That boat is nice and deep, I wish mine was
One question, I see there are no supports to tie the sides together. Looks like there were none in the original configuration either.
Is that correct? How sturdy are the sides?
I have the same boat and am currently building the framework for the deck. I plan on leaving all the seats in and just putting in the flat floor and casting deck. My question is, does the boat seem tippy with the height of the deck you have. Reason I ask is I am doing the same height and don't want to go too far into the process only to find it will be tippy!
Al U Minium said:What a beautiful job. It looks really good in the way you have re purposed it. The wood working is one of your great skills.