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  • mako 21 transom

    I havent posted over the last year,made alot of progress on my 79' 21cc . Now i am embarking on the transom and looking for links, and advice on material and layups,my plan is coosa 2 x 3/4 and 1708 wwith epoxy,any specific advice much appreciated

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    here we go Click image for larger version

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        getting in deeper than i thought Click image for larger version

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          • #6
            Great work so far. I am anxious to see the process and progress.

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            • #7
              Thanks, ive decided im definately taking out the fish boxes and possibly making a moulded integral bracket

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              • #8
                decided to take the boxes out
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                  • #10
                    THANK YOU for posting those photos, it answers a few questions I had in my mind around plans for removing and replacing the fishboxes.

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                    • #11
                      Looks like there is plenty of space in the floor for in deck fish boxes. If I ever rip out the floor on my 232 and it looks like that, it's getting them.
                      95 232 w/225 Opti Hollywood, FL

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                      • #12
                        there is definately a good amount of space below deck, but i am opting to forego trying to keep this project as short as possible

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                          • #14
                            ​ glued the outer piece of 3/4 coosa with thickened epoxy and fillets around edge,started glassing 2 layers of 1708 in and out overlapping, looks like about 6 to go to get to 1/4 inch inner and outer skin,i need more epoxy
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                            • #15
                              Wow this is looking great! I'd love to do something like this on mine, rip out those fish boxes and clean up the deck, raise transom
                              Definitely going to keep watching your progress!
                              1979 19' Mako

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