JAE 45 build (no wood)

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MikeP

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Started a JAE 45 build from plans using composites in place of wood, pretty much the same process except for the mold for a tub and rear ski. Hopefully it doesn't deviate from the wood version to much.

Pitchers are located on the old gallery server.....amazing it is still running!

http://gallery.intlw....php?album=1159

MikeP

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gil sonsino

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Mike you will have a great boat with this building..Thanks for sharing

Gill
 

XtremeRcBoats

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He's BACK :D . I'm going to follow this topic, it's always a pleasure to see mike built. He makes it look so easy.
 

MikeP

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Thanks for the kind words.

Winter has arrived here this weekend with a foot of snow, I guess it is officially winter building season.

I got quite a bit of work done on the JAE and put up some more pictures of the progress.

Thanks for looking and any comments are welcome.

-MikeP
 

MikeP

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Terry,

That is used to mold a rear transom with the strut and rudder mounts included. Using CF tow it is very strong and there are no nuts and bolts going through the transom.

Here is a picture of one more complete

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tobbec

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Terry,

That is used to mold a rear transom with the strut and rudder mounts included. Using CF tow it is very strong and there are no nuts and bolts going through the transom.

Here is a picture of one more complete
Cool.. nice made.. clever.
 

Slideblues

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Hey Mike,

Glad your posting a project !

First rate build ;)

Gene
 
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Terry Keeley

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Terry,

That is used to mold a rear transom with the strut and rudder mounts included. Using CF tow it is very strong and there are no nuts and bolts going through the transom.

Here is a picture of one more complete
Cool idea!
 

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