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wsh2fsh

Joined: 04/16/2002
Posts: 68
Location: Bayport
 posted 09/07/2005 09:54 PM  

I am looking for a glass guy to replace my transom on a 85 Grady 204.I am in Bayport. Anybody know anyone? What will it cost?
 
kabassski

Joined: 09/30/2002
Posts: 89
 posted 09/08/2005 02:14 AM  

Give Joel at precision fiberglass a call. He is in West Sayville - 218-2524. I used him last year for some glass work on my Mako. Very nice guy, and job was well done.
 
wsh2fsh

Joined: 04/16/2002
Posts: 68
Location: Bayport
 posted 09/08/2005 02:32 AM  

Thanks. Anyone know what I should expect to spend?
 
H2O lover

Joined: 02/11/2002
Posts: 177
Location: Islip Terrace
 posted 09/08/2005 01:18 PM  

I used Eli in Oakdale to redo the transom on my 21' Cruisers Bonaza.
 
mijou

Joined: 09/07/2005
Posts: 4
 posted 09/08/2005 06:59 PM  

Joel in West Sayville

I can second the opinion about Joel in West Sayville His glass work is the best I have seen in that area.He fixed a hole in my boat a few years ago after someone put their bow pulpit through the side, matched the paint perfectly and three years later you still could not tell the boat was patched
 
wsh2fsh

Joined: 04/16/2002
Posts: 68
Location: Bayport
 posted 09/10/2005 09:39 PM  

Glass work

Anyone have any personal experiences with replacing a transom on a grady overnighter? I would love to get into the work myself. Just not sure?
 
Scalawag

Joined: 08/09/2000
Posts: 3463
Location: JI Buoy
 posted 09/11/2005 09:27 AM  

my first thought when seeing this thread was

" be your own " glass guy.
I've done deck work & some small holes & more but a transom , I'm not sure if I would tackle that but maybe ..
Check Iboats.com restoration forum do a search & or post it.
You'll get a good idea there what your in for & how it's done ..


Alan
 
wsh2fsh

Joined: 04/16/2002
Posts: 68
Location: Bayport
 posted 09/11/2005 08:57 PM  

glass guy

Thanks!

(This post edited by wsh2fsh on 09/11/2005)
 
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