VCD=6wd. That’s the math and I’m not a mathematician (and I don’t play one on TV) but it looks like a formula with favorable results. I did get a run down on some of the work going on in Oxford – a raw water pump replacement on a Caterpillar 3208, an Eastbay swim platform repair, installation of a comfortable helm seat in a Grand Banks 42, deck service on an Eastbay 38 and outdrive work on an MJM. Most of this is covered all over the blog — it’s all stuff we do on a regular basis. Here at home base we are finishing the 2 smaller boats that need to get out of here. On the Legacy we are installing the newly reinsulated engine hatch this morning. This is a heavy part with more than an inch and a half of solid depth plus the 2 layers of lead lined insulation we put on it. Mid-Week Pick Me Up httpv://youtu.be/RlFg-a1AJCU
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