Tobin Kelley
  • Male
  • Driggs, ID
  • United States
Share on Facebook Share
  • Blog Posts (1)
  • Discussions
  • Events
  • Photos
  • Photo Albums
 

Tobin Kelley's Page

Latest Activity

Tobin Kelley commented on Tobin Kelley's blog post Anchor Pulley Fix
"Thanks for the suggestions. I got the screws out, then dug into the plywood and found a bit of rot. Chiseled out about a 5" x 6" section of plywood that still had moisture in it and black wood. got down to good wood and cut a 3/4"…"
Tuesday
Shawn Baker commented on Tobin Kelley's blog post Anchor Pulley Fix
"I agree with Rick, if it's lasted this long it looks really solid.You can also drill the fastener holes out oversize, fill with epoxy/cabosil/chopped glass, then redrill new screw holes into the epoxy plugs.  If water follows the screw…"
Jan 11
Tobin Kelley commented on Tobin Kelley's blog post Anchor Pulley Fix
"Thanks - I had not thought about that. Did get them out and need to do a bit of epoxy fill in the wood."
Jan 2
Rick Newman commented on Tobin Kelley's blog post Anchor Pulley Fix
"A heat gun will loosen up the epoxy so you can remove the screws. If they lasted this long then you could redo them again with epoxy. Rick Newman"
Jan 1

Profile Information

Hometown:
Driggs

Tobin Kelley's Blog

Anchor Pulley Fix

Working on a wooden skiff (built in the early 90's I think, wrecked and repaired at least once before I got it). Pulled off the fiberglass on the bottom two winters ago and glassed it, plus did some new glass on the  outside panels this summer. This winter going to repair the transom, tear out and build new end trays and fix cracks in the fiberglass on the inside. The anchor pulley screws were glassed over and now are rusted. Not sure I can get them out without just drilling them out.…

Continue

Posted on December 30, 2020 at 2:06pm — 4 Comments

Comment Wall

You need to be a member of Wooden Boat People to add comments!

Join Wooden Boat People

  • No comments yet!
 
 
 

© 2021   Created by Randy Dersham.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service