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The hardware finally arrives back from the chrome shop and the boat begins to go together . At this point a lot of people figure that an afternoons work will see the boat in the water . In fact it's actually a very painstaking process . Quite often the chrome winds up in the threads , and has to be removed with small files .Or heaven forbid , the chrome shop misplaces something .  And then there are a lot of parts like the exhaust and gas cap that require boring large holes in that virgin hull with 12 coats of varnish on it . The downside risk is pretty big , so at this point I measure three or four times before doing anything .

 The windshield is a particularly intricate piece of hardware composed of several pieces .




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