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jase
#1 Posted : 22 November 2014 15:58:16

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Does any body have a copy of the instructions for the San fran ll which includes wood gratings?

my kit has wood gratings but the download instructions refer to metal castings. not an issue for the deck gratings but i have no plans or instructions for the bow grating.

can anybody help? Crying

Jase
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#2 Posted : 22 November 2014 18:31:25

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jase wrote:
Does any body have a copy of the instructions for the San fran ll which includes wood gratings?

my kit has wood gratings but the download instructions refer to metal castings. not an issue for the deck gratings but i have no plans or instructions for the bow grating.

can anybody help? Crying

Jase


Hi Jase, I have the complete kits of this build so will take a look at what instructions I have for the bow gratings and get back to you....

Regards

Alan
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#3 Posted : 22 November 2014 22:21:57

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Thanks Alan,

I hope you have wood gratings better than metal onesBigGrin
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#4 Posted : 22 November 2014 22:55:05

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jase wrote:
Thanks Alan,

I hope you have wood gratings better than metal onesBigGrin


Hi Jase, I have two of these complete kit and have looked at both of them... needless to say they both contain wooden grating kits but the instructions refer to fitting metal ones and unfortunately cannot see any templates to work from....Mad Mad Mad .. Looks like we are resigned to scratch building these and I would suggest making a template out of card and test fitting that... from the template you can then get the shape and size of the gratings.....Cool Cool .. Look forward to seeing how you get on with this, will be watching...

Regards

Alan
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