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Questions on the 13’ wood-locating diagram
|Author||Topic: Questions on the 13’ wood-locating diagram|
posted 04-06-2002 11:03 AM ET (US)
Question 1 – The diagram shows a 65” dimension up the centerline from the stern. What is the rectangle where that line ends? It does not have a reference describing what that is.
Question 2 – the title of the diagram is for a 13’ 3” Sport Hull. The diagram is dated 4/05/71. When did the 13’ sport grow by one inch?
posted 04-06-2002 02:54 PM ET (US)
Here the wood-locating diagram:
posted 04-06-2002 07:56 PM ET (US)
I can only imagine that is something on the deck of the boat (like a smooth surface where there is no non-skid). Because all wood is indicated with dotted lines, and since this area is not dotted, I think its safe to assume its just a landmark of sorts.
|Tom W Clark||
posted 04-06-2002 10:46 PM ET (US)
Regarding question 1, I'm not sure it represents anything in the 13' Whaler. When the scan of this drawing was made it may be that the owner of the boat it originally came with drew this as some sort of note. It is crudely hand drawn unlike the rest of the drawing. I can think of nothing it might represent in the production of this hull.
Regarding question 2, the extra inch is probably is due to the change from the old one piece white vinyl rub rail to the Barbour three piece rub rail.
posted 04-07-2002 10:49 PM ET (US)
Question #1: I may be wrong, but I used the 3 1/2" x 12" reinforcement to secure my console to the deck. I'll try to email you a photo.
Question #2: All I can say is the drawing that is referenced by dburton worked well for me.
posted 04-17-2002 02:51 PM ET (US)
I'll ask Draftman for you when he get's off work today and let you know...
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