Any master wood workers ?????

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  1. KeepnitReel

    KeepnitReel
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    Looking for a master wood worker, want to add a teak cap on the coaming/ cockpit area on my sportfisher. Let me know. Thanks NWFA...

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    Not looking for a freebie. Paying job.
     
  3. edslhead

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    I'm not an expert but I got some old fence boards and a chop saw. Would you like me to have a go at it?:p
     
  4. rdb241

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    since when do Washington water ways have palm trees?
     
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    Lol , Sure and don't forget the drywall screws to secure them:D

     
  6. KeepnitReel

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    Clearly that was a picture to show what I am looking to have done to my sportfisher. If that was my boat it already has the teak cockpit cap done and I wouldn't have posted the listing.

     
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    Here is a better picture for reference since my sportfisher has bait tanks built into the floor not the rear transom. And no palm trees to confuse some people ;)

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    lol.....I thought it was the same boat. They both have similar decks. Sorry :rolleyes:
     
  9. Oregonhunter5

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    Mdf works better.
     
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    I was thinking some Elmers glue and doubling up some thick cardboard instead!!!:eek::D:p

     
  11. Plinker300

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    Are you willing to bring the boat to the Spokane/Cda area?
     
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    The fuel cost alone wouldn't be worth it, But we could figure in cost for travel time and your more then welcome to stay on the boat if needed.

     
  13. Plinker300

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    Yup, it's a ways from Battle Ground! I know some people that work at Coeur d'Alene Custom Boats. There are a couple of very talented builders that could do this for you, but I don't think they'll travel. If I think of anyone closer I'll keep you posted..:)
     
  14. KeepnitReel

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    Roger that
     
  15. Silver Hand

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    So if a master sleeps on the boat where is he going to put his shop? Not tools - Shop.
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  16. KeepnitReel

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    The cockpit area on the boat is big enough to park a car in, 220v available , and all the cold beer you could drink. What else does a good carpenter need ? o_O

     
  17. Silver Hand

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    floors 001.JPG I never drank a beer wile doing the quality of work I did over a life time of construction and fine wood working. Unfortunately I have retired. Were you having the house installed or just the deck and rails?
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    Just the cap around the cockpit. Moxon has the vertical grain teak for the lumber needed. Just like in the picture but not doing the coaming board which is the lower inside part of the cap. Just the top cap.

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    I snapped a picture of the step in my L.R. Just for the heck of it, one of my last Jobs before retiring was to finish all the custom wood work in my home.

    That is a nice piece of wood work on that boat and I understand how it is done but for the blind attachments the master used for expansion and contraction.
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  20. KeepnitReel

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    Your picture didn't post if you posted it.

     

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