[Public-List] In need of a few parts & some advice for our Alberg 30.
Glenn via Public-List
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Thu Aug 7 21:52:41 PDT 2014
Greg, I replaced my taff rail last year, found it very easy to do. I used a brisket joiner to edge glue two 4'' wide full dimensional 1'' teak boards side by side then used the original taff rail to scribe and cut the correct radius to fit the stern. Just use # 10 or # 12 wood screws to screw down the new boards onto each existing block. Countersink and plug.
There is a bit of camber to the deck, but if you start at one side the teak will bend enough to snug down tight across the deck. You might need a big guy standing on the board whilst you add the screws. 7 coats varnish will really make it standout!
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> On Aug 7, 2014, at 6:46 PM, Greg Dawson via Public-List <public-list at lists.alberg30.org> wrote:
> Dear All.
> We live in Ontario & recently acquired #348 in sound but poor condition. Basically the boat needs a full refit. I am wondering if anyone out there could help us with a few things.
> 1, Our boat is a 1968 with the stainless trim finishing the off the deck / hull join. I have seen several people offering up parts for sale on this forum, Does anyone have a set to sell?
> 2, We would like to fit a taffrail as part of the refit, does anybody have one for sale in good condition?
> 3, I am trying to find a good Electrical diagram for the boat other than the Whitby drawing, is there one in existence?
> 4, We are trying to cost out materials for the refit & I need to calculate how much paint we will need so we can allow for it, has anyone fully repainted their boat including antifouling, hull & topsides? what volume of paints did you use approx.
> I have a lot of questions and don't want to ask to much but we would be grateful for any help we can get.
> Thanks in advance.
> Greg Dawson.
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