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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Thu Aug 30, 2018 2:07 am

Can't believe it's been since March that I posted anything on this thread.  Well with a new addition to the family things have been slow, plus putting up a garage has been major project.  Anyway here is the garage, and here is the B Sid-Son finally getting the painting it deserves.  Also got a fresh coat of varnish as it had soaked over the last couple years and I could see the striations in the varnish in the wood.  

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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby 58woody » Thu Aug 30, 2018 2:25 pm

Double nice! That’s a very nice looking garage. How heavy is the boat?
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby AU52N » Thu Aug 30, 2018 2:38 pm

Looks like the garage will have a nice party deck for the second floor.  Lookin good Brandon!
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:47 pm

58woody wrote:Double nice! That’s a very nice looking garage. How heavy is the boat?


According to this brochure, between 115 and 120 pounds, add a little more age and extra varnish, but not much.  I also have a D/F Alky and a D Stock (which is also the same as an A Alky).

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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:49 pm

AU52N wrote:Looks like the garage will have a nice party deck for the second floor.  Lookin good Brandon!
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You'd be correct!  We dug out and put the forms in for the footings.  Some are pinned to ledge, others are simply deeper.  Building permit expires in the end of September so we have to get moving!
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby zul8tr » Thu Aug 30, 2018 9:13 pm

BJuby wrote:
58woody wrote:Double nice! That’s a very nice looking garage. How heavy is the boat?


According to this brochure, between 115 and 120 pounds, add a little more age and extra varnish, but not much.  I also have a D/F Alky and a D Stock (which is also the same as an A Alky).

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Is that weight just the boat or fully rigged  :?:

Nice garage looks well built and good looking icon_thumbup.gif  

Will you be putting snow fences on the roof looks like it could pile up at the side door  :?:

Looks like relatively steep terrain behind and near. Is there any concern with up-slope heavy rain runoff and maybe soil and rocks coming down at the rear of the garage and doing damage :?:
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Thu Aug 30, 2018 10:53 pm

zul8tr wrote:
BJuby wrote:
58woody wrote:Double nice! That’s a very nice looking garage. How heavy is the boat?


According to this brochure, between 115 and 120 pounds, add a little more age and extra varnish, but not much.  I also have a D/F Alky and a D Stock (which is also the same as an A Alky).

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Is that weight just the boat or fully rigged  :?:

Nice garage looks well built and good looking icon_thumbup.gif  

Will you be putting snow fences on the roof looks like it could pile up at the side door  :?:

Looks like relatively steep terrain behind and near. Is there any concern with up-slope heavy rain runoff and maybe soil and rocks coming down at the rear of the garage and doing damage :?:


We live in a very snowy and windy area, the barn was up during this past winter.  With our weather nothing is stopping the snow from drifting.  That said, it wasn’t anything too bad.  We’ve had pretty torrential rain here this past spring and summer.  We’ve been watching the ground.  Wild grass and ferns have already filled in and we didn’t see any run off during even the hardest storms.

As for the boat, I’ve never thought about that.  I’ve never weighed a boat; so don’t know what a good typical weight would have been back then.  I assume they were competitive in weight as they were very strong competitors.
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Fri Sep 14, 2018 2:21 am

Almost ready for Schroon on sunday, talk about last minute. :lol: .  Have to say Dad is getting better and better at this.

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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby Michael » Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:27 am

very nice  [drinkingcheers.gif]
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:58 pm

One project done, another goes in.  1965 Sid-Son leaves the restoration room, circa 1963 Sidcraft enters the restoration room.

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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby Fingerlakeskid » Sun Sep 16, 2018 4:48 pm

Very nice Brandon! You and your dad do beautiful restorations.
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Mon Sep 17, 2018 12:45 am

Fingerlakeskid wrote:Very nice Brandon! You and your dad do beautiful restorations.


Thank you!
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby zul8tr » Mon Sep 17, 2018 1:42 pm

BJuby wrote:One project done, another goes in.  1965 Sid-Son leaves the restoration room, circa 1963 Sidcraft enters the restoration room.

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Just looked at how bad what you started with and it turned out really great. Detail is flawless, I do restorations on race boats and engines and can appreciate the very skilled workmanship to get the final result achieved.  icon_thumbup.gif

Was the Okume ply stained darker, what was used if so  :?:  I like the wood color tone.
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby Toby Hall » Mon Sep 17, 2018 4:03 pm

You guys do nice work!
How was Schroon?   8-)
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Wed Sep 19, 2018 4:06 am

zul8tr wrote:
BJuby wrote:One project done, another goes in.  1965 Sid-Son leaves the restoration room, circa 1963 Sidcraft enters the restoration room.

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Just looked at how bad what you started with and it turned out really great. Detail is flawless, I do restorations on race boats and engines and can appreciate the very skilled workmanship to get the final result achieved.  icon_thumbup.gif

Was the Okume ply stained darker, what was used if so  :?:  I like the wood color tone.


Thank you for the compliments.  The two pictures of the skeleton and the finished aren't the same boat.  However, the yellow Sid-Son did not get any staining, except to repaired pieces, which was unnecessary, because they were eventually painted.  We used staining on the "D" Sid-Son, the absolutely wreck, in order to match color to some of the original pieces; however, we never stain the decks.  That's the natural color that comes out when we varnish using the varnish we do.
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Wed Sep 19, 2018 4:07 am

Toby Hall wrote:You guys do nice work!
How was Schroon?   8-)


Thanks Toby.  Let's just say, I ended the 2018 summer having not ridden in a single one of the boats once... icon_problem.gif
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Tue Jan 29, 2019 1:41 am

A lot been going on in other things in life and haven't really done much stuff at all hobby-wise since last year's disappointing season.  Evaluating what direction we want to take the hobby to make it more enjoyable and less stressful with the time we have to give to it, which isn't much these days.  Here is some progress on dad's Neal hydro restoration.

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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby chuckw » Tue Jan 29, 2019 12:44 pm

I hope you will still go to the Schroon meet.
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Tue Jan 29, 2019 2:37 pm

chuckw wrote:I hope you will still go to the Schroon meet.


Of course, just going to be a little less fancy.  We just don’t have time to test anything really or a place to do so.  I can’t take a Looper up there anymore and have that be the first time it goes out, as much as I wish that they would run properly.  I’m gonna focus on my 25xs rig and just have fun.
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby john bennig » Wed Feb 06, 2019 4:30 pm

A good friend of mine who restores wood boats in his spare time, restored
a Neal step hydro several years ago.  During the restoration, I found
the name Paul Wearly etched on the back of the steering drum.   I called
and talked to him about the boat.  He said he did not remember that
boat, but said that was because he had so many boats in those years.  I
asked if we could put his number on the boat and he said yes.  We ran it
once at Tomahawk, and now hangs on a wall of another friends building
in Sheboygan Falls, WI where wooden boats are being restored.  
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Re: Juby Family Projects

Postby BJuby » Sat Feb 09, 2019 12:39 am

I'm looking for those exact rear handles for my restoration.
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