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Jabe and his '53 DR 04 Feb 2019 23:34 #93232

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Thanks Terry, will keep it in mind when i do the wood working..........caught your last video on your cemetary work.........great stuff........
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Jabe and his '53 DR 04 Feb 2019 23:27 #93231

That's the setup I use on the DR. '57 35hp and two tanks in the rear cockpit.
Make sure to check the height of the transom. Most of the DR's were short, 14" or so. You need to make it up with the transom boards to get the motor at the proper depth Otherwise it's the dreaded shim..
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thanks Don, i also still want too run dual tanks, i been considering making room for them up under the mid section, per side..........less weight in the near rear........

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Jabe and his '53 DR 04 Feb 2019 22:55 #93229

OK powerwise but it might squat a bit. Decelerate judiciously.
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just putting the question out there..........would there be an issue hanging my '56 Javelin on the back of this?........128lbs.........while i am back there, should i be considering beefing anything up.........appretiate any input on the matter........thanks.............:biggrin:

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Jabe and his '53 DR 03 Feb 2019 23:07 #93217

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Hey Jabe, what fasteners are you using there?


them there are poor man cleco's.....3/16 Pan head bolts with nuts............takes a bit longer preping per hole for rivet...........but the main funcion is the same..........nice and tight like a rats (rearend) to be politicaly correct...........
its just what i got too get the job done

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Jabe and his '53 DR 03 Feb 2019 21:04 #93212

Looking good!
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Just getting used to the lay of this land.
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Jabe and his '53 DR 03 Feb 2019 20:24 #93210

Hey Jabe, what fasteners are you using there?
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Todays progress........everybody mounted and fitted........just need to fasten the transom edge of the braces to the transom T's.........time for a beer.......cheers

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Jabe and his '53 DR 03 Feb 2019 19:42 #93204

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Where did you get the T shape?





Probably not a surprise, but McMaster stocks it, as does Online Metals. Naturally, I couldn't find it when I needed it, but as soon as I riveted in the back-to-back angle stock, there it was. ;)
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