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Author Topic: How do you remove the deck and superstructure on an dickie tug/workboat  (Read 1194 times)

yateleyboatbuilder

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Does anybody know how to remove the funnels and superstruture from an dickie tug/workboat to gain access to the hull.
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Screws screws screws.
Take the screws from the funnel sides,
Under the funnels two screws
And two more on the funnel deck.
The deck has screws all the way round.
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http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/ , look at "My Builds", then bottom right.  A conversion explained.
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How do you remove the deck and superstructure on an dickie tug/workboat
« Reply #3 on: July 31, 2017, 11:17:52 AM »

Anyone help, Could someone tell me how to remove superstructure and deck from one of these models. thank you
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Malcolmfrary and myself posted replies to your original question on this subject.


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Thank You to everyone who responded to my plight, what a wonderful concept this Model Boat Mayhem is, Once again thank you.
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