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Le Ken

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Building 'Tiny Tim' - Billings Zeeland Tug
« on: September 30, 2019, 03:11:17 pm »

Hello everyone,
Im just getting into model boat building and have been given a Billings Zeeland Tug kit. So I thought I would share the build with you all and perhaps you would be kind enough to give me hints and tips along the way.

I spent a lot of time viewing the plans and reading the manual...and its true 'time spent reccing is never wasted'.
The kit I got has had all the parts cut off the main boards so its a bit like doing a jigsaw as well!

So I decided to start on the hull and fitting the keel. I have added extra bits of strengthening to the rudder base socket and to the propeller support. I also coated the whole thing with Xpoxy to keep the wooden parts waterproof and hopefully strengthen them.


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Re: Building 'Tiny Tim' - Billings Zeeland Tug
« Reply #1 on: September 30, 2019, 03:22:34 pm »

That's a good positive start. Good luck with the build  :-)

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