Tom Burton
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  • Dixon, CA
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Hometown:
Dixon, Calif
About Me:
I am building a stitch and glue 10' pram of my own design for stillwater fishing.
Boats I own:
Clackacraft drift boat

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Drift Boat Kit

I have a 16' Don Hill drift boat kit I never got around building and would like it to go to a good home and someone to complete it.  I have had it stored in my garage for over 10 years and moving soon to much smaller place so need to down size my stuff.  The Kit includes all the ribs, transom, bow stem, and a box of hardware.  I also have the instructions but will need to find them.  I can be contacted directly at:

Tom Burton

270 East Mayes St.

Dixon, Calif…

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Posted on March 15, 2017 at 3:31pm — 3 Comments

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At 8:08pm on January 12, 2009, Randy Dersham said…
Hello Tom, Greg Hatten gave me a heads up that you had a question about kerfing the bottom of your pram.

We debated if we wanted to kerf on the our new Tubby pram. It's only 8'7" LOA and has quite a rocker. In the end we didn't. It took two people to get it to bend but the fur came around well without a kerf.

If we were to kerf it wouldn't have taken more than three passes with a skill saw and not more than 1/4 deep. Fill the kerf with thickened epoxy before bending into place.
At 6:18pm on January 12, 2009, Greg Hatten said…
Hey Tom,
The 16' boat I built wasn't a stitch & glue but I didn't need to do any kerfing for the bottom... sorry I can't help you with your question. Randy Dersham is right in the middle of building a short pram - I'll ask him to respond to your question... Good luck. Greg
At 7:01am on January 10, 2009, Greg Hatten said…
Tom, welcome to the site... hope you enjoy all the wooden boat "chatter"... would like to see some pictures as you progress on the pram. Greg
 
 
 

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