mbird Posted March 11, 2010 Share Posted March 11, 2010 I have finally finished fitting the Propex today. It has taken nearly four days to do, mainly down to the difficulty of routing the hot air ducts, and squeezing me in into the engine bay. It seems sports cruisers just aren't easy to find routes through due to the number of separate mouldings, and size of the stringers and ribs in the bilges. I had to raid the shelves at JPC in Brundall on a couple of occasions to utilise Webasto air duct fittings, and Tom of JPC couldn't have been more helpful. I also purchased their "Thermoduct" insulation lagging, which is quite pricey, but having seen it in the flesh now, does look to be a very good product. So we've now got warm air in the cockpit; at the helm position and in the main cabin It cost me a couple of pounds of skin, several pints of blood, hundreds of bruises and at least one expletive; but it seems worth it! Next job is a lift tomorrow for the fitting of the new depth transducer. Eventually we might even get to go out on the river! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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