Could it be a fluid problem. I am gonna go out and take some pictures in a bit to give you guys a better idea. Re: How To Replace Inboard Transom There's no difference in what you're doing and the many other wood replacement projects here, yours being an inboard makes no difference in what needs to be done. Lots of good advice there. You can also search near a city, place, or address instead. It is also impervious to water intrusion forever. Is there anything I can do with the boat in the water to lube the wheel, steering cable, rutter, etc? If not, read on for more instructions.
Some people use poly resins for the cost factor. How long it lasts will have more to do with the quality of workmanship than the resin used. On my transom rebuild, I used marinepoxy, and would not consider using anything less. Re: How To Replace Inboard Transom Check link below to see good example of solid transom rebuild, as well as stringers, and decking, etc. Mike Re: How To Replace Inboard Transom I havent got the motor and outdrive off the boat yet but i plan on getting started on that over the rest of the weekend. Not only do we service and repair, we have one of the largest Marine accessories and chandlery displays in Central Queensland.
Inboard Boat Repairs is you local repair and servicing shop. If you're still having trouble, check out. I will post a bunch of pictures tomorrow showing my style of transom and the layout of my deck and stringers. If you're still having trouble, check out. Also check the forum area there.
Best thing to do is take plenty of pics and post them up here so members can look at your boats layout, then offer you some sound advise. If you're still having trouble, check out. You can only Gelcoat over polyester resins. Inboard Boat Repairs is your locally family owned repair and servicing business. You can also search near a city, place, or address instead. First thing i'd check is the rudder.
If this weather keeps up i am gonna have to put the project on hold until i get off my rear and go get a coverall to work under. Click the x next to this line. We service and repair Australian built boats Eg: Mustang, Whittley, Riviera, Maritimo, Sunrunner, Cruisecraft, Blackwatch, Deepvee and many others. We specialise in the repair of the most common American Boats that are imported into Australia Eg: Searay, Bayliner, Regal, Maxim, Fourwinns, Monterey, Chaparral, Glastron, Cruisers, Cobolt, Wellcraft, Chris craft, Campion, Crownline and Proline, to name a few. Also if anybody has any pointers it would be appreciated. I needed all my strength with 2 hands.
It is a fact that epoxy resin is superior in strength and endurance to poly resins. Be sure to click next on bottom of each pge to see the next. Our commitment is to provide our customers with professional boat services at affordable prices. Re: How To Replace Inboard Transom Welcome to iboats and good luck with your project. This might help you in the future, when it's time to re-pack a stuffing box.
We offer a wide variety of knowledge and experience in repairs, services and tuning of your boat. Re: Inboard Steering Problem Hi Westlake. We also maintain many other branded boats with various engine and drive models. Reload this Yelp page and try your search again. I spent hours upon hours reading up in this and it just seems like epoxy is the better way to go. The boat is in the water, so I have not had a chance to look at the rutter, but maybe it's a simple a power steering?!? You can also search near a city, place, or address instead.
I am a novice to boating repairs. I assume this is not normal. It is strictly a forum on boat building and repairing. So call in today and talk a deal. To me it was too much work to not use the best available material.
Re: How To Replace Inboard Transom I think i will be going with epoxy. You will find, as I did a great bunch of folks that are always willing to help guid you through performming a proper repair. Disconnect the steering cable from the tiller arm on the rudder and see how easy the rudder turns should be very easy. Since i will probably need over 10 gallons of epoxy I would like to stick wiht a cheaper brand. . Re: Inboard Steering Problem Thanks for the response.