- Discussion Forums
- The LSCN BoathouseThe general chat area.
- Lake DiscussionTalk about water levels, lake conditions, etc. here.
- The Cook BookFind and share recipes good for home or the boat, and with fish or without!
- PoliticsA place to discuss local, state, national and world.
- Local SportsDiscuss local professional and collegiate sports teams.
- Fuel Dock Price WatchKeep an eye on gas prices around Lake St. Clair!
- Active Posts:
- 1,212 (0.41 per day)
- Most Active In:
- The LSCN Boathouse (891 posts)
- 21-June 06
- Profile Views:
- Last Active:
- Yesterday, 04:06 PM
- Member Title:
- LSCN Fan
- Age Unknown
- September 15
- Click here to e-mail me
- Real Name::
- Tom & Kathy
- Home Port::
- Beacon Cove
- Boat Type::
- Grady Islander
Shake n Bake
Saturday - 03 May 2014
Monday - 24 March 2014
Thursday - 20 February 2014
Sunday - 29 September 2013
Friday - 27 September 2013
Sunday - 11 August 2013
Tuesday - 25 June 2013
Monday - 24 June 2013
Monday - 24 June 2013
Friday - 21 June 2013
Posts I've Made
23 July 2014 - 04:46 PM[quote name='kemper' timestamp='1406145779' post='1807481']
Geez - webcams, motion detectors. What you got cooking up on that island with all that surveillance?
cooking . . . now that made me laugh
21 July 2014 - 06:21 PM[/quote]
If your boat wasn't so damn shiney and reflecting all the light available, maybe the bugs would let you alone!!!
10 June 2014 - 07:09 PMI have a Yamaha 9.9 on a Panther bracket and it's rock solid, never had a trailering (or any other) issue with it
01 May 2014 - 06:05 PMWell, if your looking at a Thompson, just keep doing your project....
Those were VERY prone to this same thing.
Also, just because the stringers seem to have "alot" of fiberglass around them, chances are good the wood inside isn't, if even there.
(had a boat with similar problems, removed some stringer glass, the wood was gone. Just brittle pieces of it were left)
I agree Shor, Thompson has a horrible track record of structural problems
09 October 2013 - 08:18 AMMuriatic acid from Home Depot for about 1/4 the price of On/Off at West.
Power wash off as much as you can, spray the acid on from a pump sprayer or old spray bottle, let it sit for a few minutes and power wash off with LOTS of fresh water. Be sure to give the trailer a good rinse and keep it away from metal fittings.
Keep it off the skin and out of the eyes and nose.