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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?

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.

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.

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

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?

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 restoration forum do a search & or post it.
You'll get a good idea there what your in for & how it's done ..


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

glass guy


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