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    Posted: 12/01/2008 at 11:20am

Well I finally got some time on Friday to get into the tear down. The list was too long on why I wouldn"t be out shopping on Black Friday.  I tried a little different technique when tearing up the decking. I took a skill saw and cut the decking just in front of the cross-members. I then took a pry bar and hammer and was able to rip the decking off the screw heads. I"m going to take a hog nose and cut off the screws that are sticking up. I initially thought I could take the hog nose and cut the screws without taking up the decking. It might have worked if I wasn"t useing a cordless hog nose. It ran out of juice pretty quick. It only took my about an hour and fifteen minutes to get it done. Some of the sheets came up without even using the prybar because it was so rotten. After I get the pics resized, I"ll post them.

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Looking forward to seeing them and about time you got on that monster
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Cuzzx has one too, but there isn"t many as you say.
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That must be good, right? They are so good that no one wants to get rid of them.
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OK, I"ll bite! What is a "hog nose"?  I own a ton of tools, but have never heard anything called a "hog nose".

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Ahoy Slow Joe,   It"s a Good Old Boy way of saying a pneumatic cape chisel  ...........................Mike
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I have a 28 foot Landau too. Mine used to look just like yours does now too! And, I cut off my old deck about the same way as you did. Keep up the good work and keep the pictures coming. Thanks!
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Thanks, Mike! I"ve honestly never heard it called that, and I"ve worked around a lot of "Good Ole Boys". But wait, didn't he say it was cordless?

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A hog nose saw is the same as a recipricating saw.
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LOL...the only company I ever heard use that term was DeWalt, (Hog Nose saw) same as a sawzall I guess we learn something new everyday

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I Guess I got it confused with the tools we use on the job Paratek Pnueumatic hammer with HOGNOSE Chisel Bit.....My Mistake ....................................Mike

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I think you got that picture off of craigs list. That Dewalt is for sale in Goshen Indiana which is 5 minutes from me.

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LOL.......  Now I see,  You guy"s are neighbors   But sound like husband and wife.......LOL .....................................Mike
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Ouch! I worked with Sean "back in the day"...
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I googled hog nose to find out what that saw is really called and that pic was about the 4th or 5th link down.

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Wow, I"ve used the heck out of a "hog nosee" and didn"t know it LOL!

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Here"s a question. I was thinking about adding a 3rd toon. I have 24in -U- shaped tubes. I have access to a 23in round tube. Will it work? Will it cause a problem with displacing the water away from the prop?  
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Will this log butt up to the current transom? If so, it will be fine..

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Are you about ready to get to work on that thing or what?!?!?
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cuzzx here, thanks Charles for thinking about my toon.

really my toon is a heinz-57 or heinz-2 I should say.

My old toon was a Landau Bandit 18footer. The toon/logs were bad so I bought a 20foot stardust. used the logs from it and put all the landau upper with the stardust logs and built what I have now.

which is registered as a Landua Bandit 20ft.

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Here"s some pics I put in a different thread



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It was difficult to put the side trim back on. It is supposed to fit on top of the carpet and has a lip on the bottom that slides over the bottom of crossmembers. I had a heck of a time getting that bottom lip to go over the crossmember. I had to take a pair of vise grips and bend the lip to get it to fit. In the back of the boat, I just took a jig saw and a metal cutting blade and cut the lip off. No one will even notice.
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You remember now I had that same problem, going from something like 16oz to 28oz you almost need new trim with another quarter inch space.
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Yes. I needed about another 1/16 of an inch. I"m just waiting on scbadiver to come up and polish the toons! I"ll supply the pork chops. 
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Now if you"d supply real juicy porkchops in addition to scbadiver"s porkchops (I"d drink something else), then I"d come and help too.  I"d bring my buffer, you supply the polish.
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Its not the railing, its the rub rail. We actually bent mine out a little and use a rubber mallet to pound it on, we made it fit
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