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Sow&Pigs

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Have any of you 25' sport cabin owners done a bow pulpit in teak?

I'm considering building one, and I'd love to hear from anyone else who might have undertaken a similar project.

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DaleH, the administrater of this site has done just that. See his boat picture on the introductory page to this website:

http://classicparker.com

You can count on him detailing perfectly how he did it as well, as soon as he sees your post.
 

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Not teak, but mahogany ... 1/3rd the price! When done with my Cetol method, you can't tell its not teak. Will have to add more details later, but ... I kept the model I made this from and it is the same exact size as the OEM Parker pulpit.
 

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Sow&Pigs

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Dale,

Love that! Would be very interested in learning more. Daniel, do you have pics by any chance?

Thanks boys.
 

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Not Teak, but just finished the welding today. It will be flashed off with a sandblaster to etch the alum. better, then primed and painted.











 

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Old Post I know.... but

WOWZA...very nice. Ever consider doing another like that?

warthog5":2hv8tlj5 said:
Not Teak, but just finished the welding today. It will be flashed off with a sandblaster to etch the alum. better, then primed and painted.











 

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