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  • Seaport Tug prop shaft
    the prop tube anyway so I do need to remove it I have alrady stripped everything down anyway so no problem I just can t understand what I need to do to get the propeller shaft out re the U J and brass nut at propeller end Thanks Dick Logged Martin Admin Administrator Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 14 391 Location Peterborough UK Re Seaport Tug prop shaft Reply 3 on October 23 2014 02 21 34 PM See also http s203 photobucket com user Stevelum 2007 library Dickie 20Seaport 20Workboat 20Tugboat 20RC sort 3 page 1 Careful Popups Logged This is my firm opinion but what do I know Mayhem FaceBook Group astroscouse Shipmate Offline Posts 12 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location himbleton Re Seaport Tug prop shaft Reply 4 on October 23 2014 03 38 42 PM Martin and Frank thanks so much for your efforts but I m afraid nothing shows or explains how to get the propeller shaft out of the tube Is the U J a push fit a left hand thread a right hand thread or what I am not inclined to just try unscrewing with pliers at each end unless I know which way I am supposed to be turning right or left I do not want to damage anything so simply need to know just what and which way I am supposed to be turning The photos just show the prop shaft with a pair of pliers on the brass nut but nothing else Surely someone somewhere can tell me just what I do I have stripped everything out as Frank advised but now what I must get the shaft out to add waterproof grease and to drill an oil hole or I m stuck Hope someone can help Dick Logged Martin Admin Administrator Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 14 391 Location Peterborough UK Re Seaport Tug prop shaft Reply 5 on October 23 2014 04 20 11 PM My preferred option is the good old soldering iron trick See http www modelboatmayhem co uk forum index php topic 15399 msg150188 html msg150188 http www modelboatmayhem co uk forum index php topic 2319 0 html Logged This is my firm opinion but what do I know Mayhem FaceBook Group Netleyned Full Mayhemer Online Posts 7 411 Location Meridian Line Mouth of the Humber Re Seaport Tug prop shaft Reply 6 on October 23 2014 04 26 02 PM The u j is a push fit comes off quite easily Just pop a bit of Cyrano in the hole when re assembling Ned Logged Smooth seas never made skilful sailors Up Spirits Stand fast the Holy Ghost http www cleethorpesmba co uk astroscouse Shipmate Offline Posts 12 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location himbleton Re Seaport Tug prop shaft Reply 7 on October 23 2014 04 28 39 PM Ned THANK YOU so much that is all I wanted Dick Logged Alan Spencer Shipmate Offline Posts 3 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location Burnham

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  • Yachts and Sail
    31 2016 10 44 32 PM by xrad Hello Sailing yacht telemetry Coomkeen 20 541 March 31 2016 05 21 46 PM by Coomkeen mickey Finn 36 class information wanted please pipcall 4 295 March 28 2016 11 11 46 PM by Trike a Sailor My Atlantis A tale of forgetfulness Klunk 4 206 March 28 2016 10 36 36 PM by Unsinkable 2 Ketch Build Jack D 16 1 781 March 22 2016 08 52 03 PM by triumphjon Noob RG65 build bbdave 8 362 March 16 2016 11 02 07 PM by bbdave HMY Britannia Correct Colours SJHE 2 259 March 06 2016 10 42 09 AM by Jerry C Genoa sail winch chris1492 3 369 February 21 2016 10 05 49 PM by tony23 J Class sailing 1 2 3 4 JayDee 94 16 573 February 12 2016 11 43 53 PM by roycv Fairwind weight lakesidebob 3 465 February 12 2016 06 17 34 PM by lakesidebob which yacht almost ready for sailing to Buy smartie59 12 1 010 February 09 2016 10 28 18 PM by smartie59 pro boat westward 18 review info glenny 4 492 February 09 2016 10 20 50 PM by Boomer Tropical sailing chumphon 1 328 February 09 2016 09 59 54 PM by Boomer Joysway Caribbean drover 1 232 February 09 2016 09 57 31 PM by Boomer gwynedd model boating group chris1492 2 272 February 03 2016 09 18 52 PM by Stavros Aero Naut Bella sailing boat 1 2 Chris G 44 4 014 January 12 2016 03 49 08 PM by Chris G Aero Naut Yacht Bella The Other Build 1 2 Pearlsfirstmate 28 2 967 December 29 2015 04 07 47 PM by Chris G Model Shipways Bluenose Schooner 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 smileyjon 209 18 528 December 16 2015 07 23 48 AM by Unsinkable 2 Winter Project Veteran Yacht Rebuild joppyuk1 8 881 December 16 2015 07 18 51 AM by Unsinkable 2 Farrington 30 by Model Yacht Design carlmt 5 465 December 06 2015 05 42 30 PM by Nemo A Baltimore Clipper schooner JerryTodd 21 3 039 December 01 2015 01 47 33 PM by PICKETBOAT Question for anyone who has built an Atlantis Unsinkable 2 14 926 November 30 2015 06 52 36 AM by Klunk Anyone built Altair from the MM plans chris1 3 410 November 17 2015 01 30 53 PM by longshanks New project underway Kadtoy 4 480 November 16 2015 12 49 27 PM by Kadtoy Nirvana ll Perhaps the best ready to sail RC Yacht for new sailors old 1 2 Boomer 34 5 388 November 07 2015 04 52 17 PM by Boomer Vintage Pond Yacht Sails MadBadTrad 8 827 October 26 2015 09 57 23 PM by Brooks22 Robbe Atlantis Almost Unsinkable 2 18 1 157 October 21 2015 07 38 53 AM by Unsinkable 2 Hallberg Rassy 29 and Killing 17 Sven 0 209 October 17 2015 05

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    and session length News Mayhem now also on FaceBook Home Help Search Calendar Login Register Model Boat Mayhem Forum Warning Only registered members are allowed to access this section Please login below or register an account with Model Boat Mayhem

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  • Sheet winches and tangles
    would I be right in guessing that there were quite a few things done incorrectly in this video Surely it s not usual to remain sitting alongside the rail that will be on the leeward side when the boat turns Trevor Logged rickles23 Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 401 Location Port Macquarie NSW Australia Re Sheet winches and tangles Reply 29 on April 20 2016 04 17 36 PM Hi I hope that it is water they are drinking That skipper needs to have a wake up call and organize his crew Regards Logged Coomkeen Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 28 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location Bantry Ireland Re Sheet winches and tangles Reply 30 on April 20 2016 08 06 32 PM A total load of ers Helmsman should have turned downwind i e toward the spinny could have had a preventer on the boom to prevent that happening although that can lead to other problems in that sort of wind and the crew don t seem to have a clue clew Only person to do something sensible was the girl who kept pointing to the person in the water Although even she took her eyes off the casualty I expect the guy who threw the lifebouy with line attached was expecting the casualty to waterski Ron Logged Coomkeen Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 28 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location Bantry Ireland Re Sheet winches and tangles Reply 31 on April 20 2016 08 11 29 PM Oh yeah and no lifejackets or harnesses Although with a rubbish crew like that once it started rolling it was the end Logged JayDee Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 722 Model Boat Mayhem is the VERY Best Location England Re Sheet winches and tangles Reply 32 on April 20 2016 08 30 33 PM Hello Is there no Driving test or similar for full sized yachting Or is it just a case of turn up and go If there had been a fatality who would have been blamed With the whole event on video somebody would John Logged My Projects Photos and Videos http www john dowd Coomkeen Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 28 Model Boat Mayhem is Great Location Bantry Ireland Re Sheet winches and tangles Reply 33 on April 20 2016 09 39 38 PM There are plenty of qualifications to be had from the RYA for example but you don t have to take them any more than you do for kayaking or riding a bike Or going out in a boat fishing etc But I can t imagine a skipper of a boat like that being a complete novice It s obviously a racing class of some description and it looks to be in some hot country hence the casual dress style To be fair it s not easy to control a boat of that sort in those conditions If it was me I wouldn t have a boat like that and I wouldn t have a spinny up and the

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  • Yachts and Sail R&D:
    jfhcircus 3 714 May 22 2015 06 35 46 PM by nemesis Robbe Koh I Noor rob 7 1 153 April 26 2015 09 22 58 AM by rob What Yacht is this Big Ada 7 1 006 April 10 2015 09 01 57 AM by MikeK Monsoon 900 tugboattam 20 1 388 April 04 2015 11 09 33 AM by tugboattam Colin Archer Help jaymac 9 1 069 March 12 2015 05 20 21 PM by Netleyned Calling any Norwegian speakers tigertiger 1 431 March 12 2015 01 11 09 PM by boneash Schooner Photos Mad Scientist 0 1 027 February 20 2015 09 13 58 PM by Mad Scientist Anchor for sailing trawler Richardjm 5 782 November 24 2014 10 22 51 PM by hammer Yacht refurbish help MartinU 5 748 November 22 2014 02 19 54 PM by hmsantrim Motor sailer for beginner Inertia 9 1 632 September 19 2014 02 50 05 PM by chipmonk Plans needed for Gipsy Moth IV Building the old Hobbies kit Edward Pinniger 7 2 778 September 11 2014 03 32 14 PM by cluffy Sail Making and Bolt Ropes JerryTodd 4 834 September 07 2014 07 49 37 PM by steam up Another rigging question Brian60 13 1 391 August 26 2014 12 49 33 PM by JerryTodd oliver lees 1 5 metre grey beard 3 582 August 10 2014 08 01 05 PM by knoby Sail Making Cutting Brian60 12 1 370 August 09 2014 09 37 40 AM by hammer Briganteen Freebooter under sail 1 2 3 4 5 6 Jimmy James 130 21 656 July 15 2014 04 11 19 PM by malcolm howard2 Lesro Yachts martincusick 2 574 July 07 2014 11 04 09 AM by U 33 Sheets and RC Winches Richardjm 7 2 108

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  • Attempt number two for an Airfix Victory at 1:180
    stick or better still a Nuclear device warspite Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 945 Re Attempt number two for an Airfix Victory at 1 180 Reply 34 on April 22 2016 06 30 27 PM I know but I know the thing was just a wreck last time I had it and was hoping to resurrect it just have to see what the badger is in the local model shop when I go and look at paint Logged Operational vessels 1 72 LCMIII 1 180 Royal Soveriegn Non Operational 1 72 Corvette 1 72 E Boat 1 72 vosper mtb incomplete tug cardboard castle class 1 180 HMS Victory in dock warspite Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 945 Re Attempt number two for an Airfix Victory at 1 180 Reply 35 on April 22 2016 08 21 20 PM Okay the long awaited update if anyones bothered loads of views no comments but from a couple of interest parties I have finished the construction of the Bowsprite in brass and other than a little mistake its almost identical to the plastic version I have a small dremel which is rechargeable yea its charge dissappates after about 3 minutes so have to swap for a small reachargeable drill which runs at about a third of the speed to be any use my other two drills are a spare and is as old as the hills and a Bosch suitable for construction hole drilling scary Cleaning the brass of solder etc is a pain and panel wipe will have to be bought before I apply any paint when I get that as well the gun deck has also been modified to take the bowsprite I just have to adjust the hull to accept the modified gun deck Here s the piccies Logged Operational vessels 1 72 LCMIII 1 180 Royal Soveriegn Non Operational 1 72 Corvette 1 72 E Boat 1 72 vosper mtb incomplete tug cardboard castle class 1 180 HMS Victory in dock warspite Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 945 Re Attempt number two for an Airfix Victory at 1 180 Reply 36 on April 22 2016 08 27 05 PM I am on the last two shrouds and they should be finished soon then during the weekend I will be mainly washing the sails to get the wax out of them I can then start to modify the guns to be detailed up a jig made and start thinking of either drilling the decks for them and the sailors or apply the deck finish as detailed in the soliel thread I love the effect that was created and I am going to have a go Logged Operational vessels 1 72 LCMIII 1 180 Royal Soveriegn Non Operational 1 72 Corvette 1 72 E Boat 1 72 vosper mtb incomplete tug cardboard castle class 1 180 HMS Victory in dock warspite Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 945 Re Attempt number two for an Airfix Victory at 1 180 Reply 37 on April 22 2016 10 06 41 PM Oops the jack staff is in the wrong place oh well i ll fix it tomorrow Logged Operational vessels 1 72 LCMIII 1 180 Royal Soveriegn Non Operational 1 72 Corvette 1 72 E Boat 1 72 vosper mtb incomplete tug cardboard castle class 1 180 HMS Victory in dock warspite Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 945 Re Attempt number two for an Airfix Victory at 1 180 Reply 38 on April 23 2016 01 37 56 PM Well been out this morning and bought the Ocre that I believe closely matches that on Victory from unbuiltnautilis s very informative photos on the other thread more of the deeper orangey part of a daffodil of in the case of the photo s below the colour of a stock pencil but then when you get to the shop there is no Ocre or what is purporting to be Ocre is actual a dark orange like a Satsuma even the Ocre in military figurine acrylics is tepid and Tamiya xf 4 is a closer match to that so I got Humbrol s Matt 24 signal yellow I think it said on the stand the photo s shows it in direct sunshine what the hell is that surprise surprise its sunny and the next is inside on the desk though not exactly perfect I am happier with it just have to learn how to thin it down for the airbrush Now I know its a cheap and nasty airbrush but for the amount of spraying I do it will be adequate most of the painting I have been doing is with either a cheap and nasty kiddies water paints set of brushes not used the Humbrol president brushes or those from the kit yet or cocktail sticks and a bit of thin styrene rod just have to see if I can connect it to my compressor Logged Operational vessels 1 72 LCMIII 1 180 Royal Soveriegn Non Operational 1 72 Corvette 1 72 E Boat 1 72 vosper mtb incomplete tug cardboard castle class 1 180 HMS Victory in dock petesubman Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 305 Location Barrow N Lincs Re Attempt number two for an Airfix Victory at 1 180 Reply 39 on April 23 2016 02 04 23 PM Warspite im sure it will look the part after all its your boat i found when spraying that lots of thin coats are better any runs you get the thinners will evaporate just remember to the gun moving i usually have practice on something before getting serious regards pete Logged warspite Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 945 Re Attempt number two for an Airfix Victory at 1 180 Reply 40 on April 23 2016 02 11 13 PM My previous boss was a professional industrial sprayer and he gave me a few pointers in the past when I expressed an intrest in spraying for the company incase any one was off or on site never had a go but did

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