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  • #16
    Ryan,
    Nice to meet you the other day, and thank you for joining BoB!
    And thank you for posting your Whaler project, it is awesome! Great work!
    Needs a steering wheel------.
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    • #17
      Very nice

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      • #18
        It's

        Too
        Bright!!

        Hurts my eyes!

        This is awesome work, Palm City, never heard of such a place.

        Woohoo 🎉.

        Nice work!!

        BWP

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        • #19
          Cool build. That’s the fanciest helm seat evar 😀

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          • #20
            I got the boat back down to the Keys and started rigging everything.
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            • #21
              Click image for larger version  Name:	image_18390.jpg Views:	11 Size:	1.32 MB ID:	159377 Click image for larger version  Name:	image_18391.jpg Views:	12 Size:	2.50 MB ID:	159378 Click image for larger version  Name:	image_18392.jpg Views:	11 Size:	2.38 MB ID:	159379 Click image for larger version  Name:	image_18393.jpg Views:	12 Size:	2.51 MB ID:	159380 Click image for larger version  Name:	image_18394.jpg Views:	11 Size:	2.45 MB ID:	159381 Click image for larger version  Name:	image_18395.jpg Views:	12 Size:	4.78 MB ID:	159382 Click image for larger version  Name:	image_18396.jpg Views:	12 Size:	415.2 KB ID:	159383 Click image for larger version  Name:	image_18397.jpg Views:	12 Size:	659.8 KB ID:	159384 I wanted to make sure the cooler/livewell under the front seat was insulated. So I made a mold and filled it with some 4 lb foam I had laying around. Then I put 45’s on the edges, siliconed it to the back of the cooler area inside the console and fiberglassed it in place. I also poured foam all around the cooler/livewell in the voids. I carved out an area for the drain also.
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              • #22
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ID:	159386 Some more rigging. Decals installed and rubrail on. Console fastened down. Yes those are drains for my console rod holders. I painted the inside of the console with some gray tile clad I had left from my Contender bilge.
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                • #23
                  Installed some 7.7 JLs in the console. Hydraulic steering installed and Yamaha rigging. Hung the “new to me” 2006 90 2 Smoke. This motor is cleeeean!
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                  • #24
                    The boat still has a punch list to complete but I had to get it on the water and see how it ran. I was very impressed with how stable it was. I only hit 44 mph with me and another 200 lb guy, but the boat was very planted. I don’t even have a tach installed yet so I don’t know what RPM’s I’m turning at WOT, but the boat is fun to say the least.
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                    • #25
                      Ryan,
                      This should show you how to post pics in a larger format.
                      https://www.bandofboaters.com/forum/...-post-pictures
                      Engine Sales and Service
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                      954.463.4904
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                      [email protected]
                      www.parkeryacht.com

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                      • #26
                        Thanks! I needed that. Someone must have been fixing them for me, because they were small and then I would come back to the thread a few hours later and they were large format!

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                        • blaster
                          blaster commented
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                          Those pictures are so great that they just had to be imbedded into the thread. Great job to the moderator!

                      • #27
                        Originally posted by BADFI$H View Post
                        Thanks! I needed that. Someone must have been fixing them for me, because they were small and then I would come back to the thread a few hours later and they were large format!
                        Hello Someone.

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                        • #28
                          Amazing Amazing Amazing work!!!
                          1994/5 Caravelle Legend 2000, HOT Mercruiser 350 Alpha 1
                          2007 Angler 204WA Mercury 150HP Opti
                          "Pale Rider Performance"

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                          • #29
                            Stunning!!
                            Great work!!
                            How can you not love an old Whaler
                            2021 Blackwood, twin 300 Mercs
                            Fairhope & Orange Beach, AL

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                            • #30
                              I did a 15' Whaler at the beginning, we had a "70" on it.
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                              Engine Sales and Service
                              Ph +1 954.463.1515
                              Fx +1
                              954.463.4904
                              Toll Free: 800.622.6747

                              [email protected]
                              www.parkeryacht.com

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                              • Parker Yacht
                                Parker Yacht commented
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                                That picture was taken in 2008, and I still have that trailer.
                                Damn.
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