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    Posted: 03/08/2013 at 11:25am
I have been reading this forum for a while and decided to sign up since I picked up my project. My wife and I have been looking at new pontoon boats but I couldn't justify the price for what you get especially after tacking on the tax, freight, dealer prep, and trailer. After all, it's just pontoons, deck, and furniture right? I picked up a 1997 Lowe 215 for the price of the trailer alone. It was in really bad shape cosmetically but the pontoons have zero dents, gouges, or cracks. They are structurally sound and dry inside. The trailer is a heavy galvanized model. The 1993 OMC 88SPL is in decent shape with a little over 120 psi in all 4 cylinders and was completely serviced by a reputable mechanic. The previous owner gave me the receipt and I called and spoke to the mechanic who verified that it runs surprisingly well for an older motor. It fired right up on the muffs and purred at idle. I have a 70 Yamaha on standby just in case. I sanded, primed, and repainted the motor and cowl using five coats of GM metallic dark blue with three coats of clear. I went ahead and removed all the foam inside the cowl, that stuff almost ruined one of my older outboards. Rewired the engine using soldered connections and lot's of dielectric grease. 

In need of a lil TLC! 



A lil hard work and some fresh paint and decals. 
 


Transom moved back to make swim deck/fishing platform.


 The deck wasn't in that bad of shape being it was replaced 5 years earlier but my plans were to completely rebuild so I didn't have to do this again for a long time. I stripped it down to the frame and was surprised at the amount of corrosion the cheap treated plywood had caused on the cross members. There was no barrier between the wood and aluminum so the copper was starting to do it's work on the cross members. I would imagine that after about 10-12 years there would be some serious structural damage compromising the integrity of the frame. After cleaning with a wire wheel, copper solvent,  and pressure washing, I replaced a couple of the Z channels just for peace of mind. I moved the transom back like the newer boats and used 2 1/2" square tubing in place of the C channel. I drilled 3/4 inch holes on one side of the tubing to access the mounting bolts for the transom. I also reinforced the attachment points to the lip of the pontoons with 5' of  heavy gauge 1" square tubing on both sides of the transom area. Bolted everything with 5/16" stainless bolts, red locktite, and nylock nuts. Yes, I tend to overbuild everything. 

This is what it looked like when I picked it up. 


She looked a lil rough!


Decking stripped off.


 The fence panels were in bad shape. I used my air chisel layed flat and ran along the lip to open it up. I replaced the old panel with a roll of 24" trim coil I picked up at a local gutter supply place. I chose the grecian green as the bimini and seats will all match. I used large metal shears to cut the coil down lengthwise to size. I was working barefooted so after a quick trip to the emergency care office to glue and tape my big toe back together to stop the water fountain like flow of blood, I was able to replace the paneling. I used thin vinyl "V" weatherstripping on the edges of the panels before I slid them in the groove to keep them from rattling as the trim coil is thinner than the original paneling and the aluminum lip doesn't like to be bent back closed. I also used 3M double sided tape on the vertical braces instead of riveting, Make sure not to peel the plastic off the tape until after the panel is in place, that stuff will not let go once adhered. I used a non metal hammer to bend the lip back. I imagine next time I would not be able to replace the panels like factory as the lip will break off. One of the smaller sections on the back the lip tore off even after gently using a 3" paint scraper to open the gap. I had to rivet the panel to the inside of the frame.

 

 I had to track down the local regional plywood distributor and beg for them to sell me some 3/4" marine plywood. You would think that  being in South Louisiana it wouldn't be that hard to find but the only places that sell it are down on the coast. They sold me 6 sheets of AB marine plywood, I had to bring cash and agreed not to disclose the price as they don't normally sell to the public. 

 I replaced the jack, wiring, and new LED lights on the trailer and soldered/heat shrink all connections. The bunks are the older CCA treated lumber and were in great shape. I stripped and re-carpeted them. I just need to get new galvanized wheels and replace the bearings/seals and the trailer will be good as new. 

 My plans for the next 2 months are to attach the aluminum underskin, run all new wiring, screw down the decking using liquid nails sub floor adhesive on the cross members and in the joints, glue down tan Alpha vinyl flooring, seal the edges of the deck and all screw/wiring penetrations with 3M 5200. Bolt down the fence using spacers, new LED nav lights, new furniture and helm set from PS,(my wife wants a cruiser so I am moving the fencing/deck forward to the edge of the pontoons leaving me a sort of a 20" swim deck on the back that I plan to mount two removable fishing chairs for catfishing) new gauges, stereo, LED under seat lighting . Replace the bimini top, trim pieces, (debating whether I want decals or not, I think the panels look good solid for now) and do a little cleaning/polishing here and there. I have no plans to polish the pontoons, none whatsoever....well...not now anyways. I'll see what it looks like when it is all back together. Not going for fancy, just functional. My plans are to have it ready by the end of April. 

 That is all the pics I had here on my phone. I have some more at home as I am making an album with descriptions to put on the boat to show where it came from. Sort of a coffee table book for invited guest to appreciate my hard work for their enjoyment. I will post more as I start to reassemble everything. 
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Wow, what a great job Clap.  You had a great starting point, nice foundation and those old SPL are super motors.  I'm sure you will be very happy with your project, it looks fantastic already!
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Looking good so far. You're doing a good job. The engine looks really good IMO. Glad to see you are using the right kind of plywood for the deck. It's hard to come by in my area too. Keep us posted as to how things are going together. You are going to really enjoy it when it's done. Don't forget the PICS too. LOL
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I have that exact same motor and want to refinish it as well...how many cans of primer and paint did it require...It looks great!!
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Don't quote me on this as I didn't keep track of how many I used of each but IIRC I used about 3 cans of primer, 6 cans of paint, 4 cans of clear. I used the duplicolor automotive paint. The cans are smaller than normal but that is the color I wanted. The decal came from an ebay vendor. 
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I have the deck all laid out. I started with 200 screws and was going to run out so I changed up my fastening pattern a bit and ordered 100 of the stainless decking bolts just for peace of mind. Both edges, 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4, length way markings will be bolted and the rest is screwed down. I used liquid nails sub floor adhesive on all crossmembers and between the joints. It is waterproof when cured so not only will it help hold the deck down but mainly seal off all screw and bolt hole penetrations. I don't think that deck is going anywhere anytime soon. 


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Got the deck looking good for sure. I too ran out of screws on the first pontoon rebuild I did but ordered more to complete the job. I placed them like maybe every 12" on every cross member so I don't think its going anywhere anytime soon. I think BOTH our decks will be there for quite a while. At least I sure hope so. LOL

I was in a big box store just the other day & saw Liquid Nails MARINE adhesive on the shelf. Says it 100% waterproof too. I bought a tube & that is what I used to laminate the plywood together for the transom after I sealed the wood with resin. I also have two (2) pieces of 1/4" thick aluminum plate on each side of the plywood. I had to do that due to the overall thickness of the transom which is 2" total.

I'd say the marine liquid nails should surely help hold your deck down for a long time. Keep up the good work & keep us posted on your progress.
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Great idea with the liquid nails...I think I may copy you on that...on the rails that do not have the seam tape...I thought about applying that new stuff you see on tv for gutters and such on the bottom side where the seams are...on my old pontoon i had a lot of water that came through the seams, but I am hoping these bigger toons will stop that problem...I ordered the decking bolts but the screws come with my carpeting kit and thinking I will fill in gaps with those!
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My screw pattern is every 10" on 16" OC  crossmembers. On the rear sheet that makes up the transom support I have 2 1/2" x 1/8" square tubing for crossmembers and went back and placed screws every 5".  If I hit anything it would have to rip the whole rear end of the boat off before anything else gives. My bolts come in today so I should be laying the vinyl flooring on Saturday. 

The sealant/adhesive I used takes a while to set up so it allows you time to square the sheet and also fill the joint between the sheets before squeezing them together. The sealant that oozed out was just scraped off with a putty knife and leveled. The joints are completely sealed.  Not sure the spray stuff would work the same since it is just bed liner in a spray can. It took about 2 days for it to fully cure and the few spots I left unlevel can now be sanded flat. There is no way water is coming up through there. My boat also has a type of water deflector shield at each seam that goes back in place but really doesn't matter since I plan to underskin with .050 alum sheets as soon as the new wiring is complete. 

I will end up using 200 screws and 100 bolts on a 21' deck. I hope I never have to do this again as I would have to replace the crossmembers. 


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Yeah I plan to over screw mine as well as using bolts....But love the liquid nail idea!!
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Well, I finished last night with the bolts and I could recommend either the bolt or screw method to securing the deck. I debated whether to screw or bolt the deck down so I did both. I can honestly say that either method would just be personal preference on which makes you feel better. The screws from PS are great and I had to use my big drill to put them in. I broke at least a dozen bolts. I couldn't break a single screw. The screws are definitely faster and easier and a lot less knots on the ole noggin. I would avoid stainless self tapping screws like the plague. The previous owner used these and at least 25% of the heads were twisted off and came up glued to the carpet when I removed them. If I had to replace another deck I would use the PS screws without hesitation. 

I found some screws at home depot that I thought about using. They are tek decking screws made for attaching wood to metal. Stay far away from these when using aluminum. They have small "wings" right behind the cutting bit that are made to open up the wood so the screw doesn't bite the wood and pulls the deck tight to the metal. Those "wings" are made to break off when they get to the metal but the aluminum cross members are too thin and soft which results in the tapped hole being over sized. They are made for iron, not aluminum. 
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Sunday was such a nice day I decided to glue down the vinyl. I ended up using 2 1/2 gallons on my 21' deck. 


My wife was taking pictures while I stopped to get another adult beverage. Don't worry, that spot was filled in. 

Here is my $10 floor roller. One 80lb bag of quickcrete and a 8" cardboard tube form. In this Picture you can see the grain in vinyl. It looks like elephant skin. 



I let the vinyl sit out in the sun on the deck for about 3 hours so it would lay flat before I moved under the cover to apply the glue. I only had to use a 2X4 and clamps on the front edge as that was the inside edge of the roll and it was wanting to curl up. The flooring is trimmed and today I will put the trim pieces back on. Tomorrow the spacers and bolts I ordered get here from PS and the fencing will get bolted down. 

Next on the list is to acid wash the pontoons. Our temps will be back up in the 70's by Thursday and in the 80's next week. Time to get this project completed! 


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Cajun it is coming along nicely...I can't wait to see the finished product...you inspired me to repaint my motor now for sure...I love the carpet/vinyl roller idea, that would work perfect....keep up the hard work!!
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looking great. I like the flooring you are using and like the others I like the idea of the liquid nails for sealing purposes. I can't believe how hard it is to find 8 foot wide marine flooring close to where I live in Canada. I have been pulling my hair out. Any place that has it only has it in 72" wide. I can't wait to see the finished product.
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Love the carpet roller!  Everything is looking really good.  I have very similar pontoon so seeing your progress is great.  I am getting there...slowly.  I would love to see a picture of how the fence turned out with the trim coil if you have any.  I am entertaining doing that with mine.
 
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Cajun how did you cover the holes in cowling where the 88 decal plates were? Bondo or what?
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I will post some pics of the railing when I get home. 

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Originally posted by fatdaddy fatdaddy wrote:

Cajun how did you cover the holes in cowling where the 88 decal plates were? Bondo or what?

Tape the outside and fill from the inside with JB weld. My fiberglass kit I was planning to use wasn't good anymore so I just used what I had on hand at the time. 

I am debating whether or not to have some new 88 decals made or just leave it like it is. I like the clean look as it is now. 


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Thanks cajun...I will give that a try...they are both loose....I thought about painting them and having new decals made...but the way you did really looks nice!!
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Love the carpet roller!  Everything is looking really good.  I have very similar pontoon so seeing your progress is great.  I am getting there...slowly.  I would love to see a picture of how the fence turned out with the trim coil if you have any.  I am entertaining doing that with mine.
 
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I wouldn't do it again like that. It was a serious PIA and cost me a trip to the ER. The trim coil is very thin, SHARP,  and dents easily. I added a support to the center of the gates because of how flimsy it is. I dinged it up in the corners. I will post some pics for you.

If I ever have to replace the panels I will use the white vinyl sheeting material I found at home depot, next to the frp paneling, and rivet it to the inside of the railing and just remove the factory lip. That stuff is thick, easier to work with, won't ever dent and especially won't cut you! I can see where my paneling will get beat up at the dock just like it did before being on the outside of the rails. 
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I would not recomend that.  Vinyl contracts and expands at a different rate then your aluminum fence.  You will always have lots of wrinkles in it and it will look beat up from the get go.  Trust me I'm seen it first hand.
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Well, I think you have turned me off of the coil idea.  And I am glad to be quite honest.  Nothing on my rebuild was intimidating me like that fencing.  I think I will probably just strip graphics and repaint and see what it looks like then.  Thank you for the honesty and I hope everything healed nicely. OUCH!! 
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It's been a while. I have been really busy but here is where I am. Just need to make the rear
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Looks awesome! Well done! I cannot wait to get mine in the water. It seems forever away...
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Very Nice Cajun...lucky you... finally on the water!!
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ClapLooks awesome Cajun!!!
 
Mine is coming close but won't look that nice!
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