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Old 03-19-2015, 09:45 PM
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really, like the Merrimack and the Monitor?

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really, like the Merrimack and the Monitor?
If you knew your history of those two ships, you'd know they weren't steel or iron ships. The were iron clad above the water line, but wooden hulls below.
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I didn't have any packaging tape left so I used double layer 10 mil pipe tape, had some in the shop.
And sticky back foam on the bottom where the original frame is close.
Did lose the mechanical fan though.
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just got mine ready to go on and hoping for anyone to tell me if there is a need to coat the polished aluminum with anything to prevent it from looking like my wheels do. i think wax would burn as i've heard these get hot. dont really want to paint it unless it's clear coat. is it necessary?
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