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post #1 of 10 Old 03-15-2010, 10:27 PM Thread Starter
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Well hello from Arizona

Well guys my name is TJ I'm from Peoria AZ I've messed around with building some interior shutters but that's about it .My wife wants to get a Hoosier cabinet i found one pretty cheap so I'm about learn all i can from you masters of wood and ill be honest I'm pretty excited I'm like a kid before Christmas i haven't started my first project and i have 10 more in my head haha
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Welcome! You're right where I want to be in the winter. My pet rock is even froze up here in Dakota. We've had two feet of snow on the ground since Christmas. I'm thinking Sun City West.
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Sun city is nice i live about a mile from sun city west and yes this place is great during winter but pretty much is a lava pit of hell during the summer
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Welcome,Are you yalikng about Sun City the retirement communities or sun city Las Vegas??Itchy
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Welcome from Texas !!!

Welcome to the forum.

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Hi Tony,
Saw your pictures, Nice looking work!!
I'm looking to redo the deck on my pontoon boat and I want someones input on the best system to use??
And I live approximately 3 miles east of Sun City West!!
I look forward to hearing back from you
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Ho Joe

I just noticed your post.

I have never rebuilt a pontoon deck before but from what others have told me, all they do is rip out the old deck and replace with marine grade plywood and glass over it. I understand it is a simple process since everything is either screwed or bolted in. Just remove the rails, seats outside framing, etc and then remove old deck boards. I understand the removal process is the most difficult phase because of rusted screws. Use stainless steel screws only and a small amount of marine caulking with the screws. The aluminum cross members should be in good condition.

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Welcome here to this friendly WW forum, where you get to choose how to make your sawdust. Remember NOT to mix your sawdust with the desert sand. Enjoy your stay, and be safe.
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