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Stuntman 10-06-2010 05:59 AM

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I am NO Fiberglass expert! This was my first project. Pic 1 shows what happens when you are drunk and say, "Alright all the fiberglass is in, lets resin it thick with what is left over." The build up is massive, but the cloth is under it all. Second pic I used an auger, now I need to grind it smooth. Looks like I have not hit the fiberglass sheets and maybe not have to buy more resin (it is expensive to fiberglass). I must have the smaller can, I can fit two cornies, little ice. I am planning to keep it simple, two Perlicks that attach to two quick connects (cut slots in lid). One CO2 "Charger."

If someone would show me how to make the pics smaller (PM me) I would appreciate it.


Stuntman 10-06-2010 05:59 AM

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I am NO Fiberglass expert! This was my first project. Pic 1 shows what happens when you are drunk and say, "Alright all the fiberglass is in, lets resin it thick with what is left over." The build up is massive, but the cloth is under it all. Second pic I used an auger, now I need to grind it smooth. Looks like I have not hit the fiberglass sheets and maybe not have to buy more resin (it is expensive to fiberglass). I must have the smaller can, I can fit two cornies, little ice. I am planning to keep it simple, two Perlicks that attach to two quick connects (cut slots in lid). One CO2 "Charger."

If someone would show me how to make the pics smaller (PM me) I would appreciate it.


Stuntman 10-06-2010 05:59 AM

4 Attachment(s)

I am NO Fiberglass expert! This was my first project. Pic 1 shows what happens when you are drunk and say, "Alright all the fiberglass is in, lets resin it thick with what is left over." The build up is massive, but the cloth is under it all. Second pic I used an auger, now I need to grind it smooth. Looks like I have not hit the fiberglass sheets and maybe not have to buy more resin (it is expensive to fiberglass). I must have the smaller can, I can fit two cornies, little ice. I am planning to keep it simple, two Perlicks that attach to two quick connects (cut slots in lid). One CO2 "Charger."

If someone would show me how to make the pics smaller (PM me) I would appreciate it.


Stuntman 10-06-2010 05:59 AM

4 Attachment(s)

I am NO Fiberglass expert! This was my first project. Pic 1 shows what happens when you are drunk and say, "Alright all the fiberglass is in, lets resin it thick with what is left over." The build up is massive, but the cloth is under it all. Second pic I used an auger, now I need to grind it smooth. Looks like I have not hit the fiberglass sheets and maybe not have to buy more resin (it is expensive to fiberglass). I must have the smaller can, I can fit two cornies, little ice. I am planning to keep it simple, two Perlicks that attach to two quick connects (cut slots in lid). One CO2 "Charger."

If someone would show me how to make the pics smaller (PM me) I would appreciate it.


lschiavo 05-28-2011 07:06 AM

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She's going out for duty tomorrow. 35 gallon potential. I think I may be druck.


BigCatBrewery 02-20-2014 06:47 PM

My version
 
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I built one of these for a party this coming weekend. I'll post a review of performance next week. I apologize for the blurry inside pic. It looked good enough on the iphone not to take another.


BigCatBrewery 02-20-2014 06:47 PM

My version
 
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I built one of these for a party this coming weekend. I'll post a review of performance next week. I apologize for the blurry inside pic. It looked good enough on the iphone not to take another.


BigCatBrewery 02-22-2014 06:35 PM

Better Pics
 
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Better inside pic, with an external and a view of what else is going on today


BigCatBrewery 02-22-2014 06:35 PM

Better Pics
 
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Better inside pic, with an external and a view of what else is going on today


BigCatBrewery 02-22-2014 06:35 PM

Better Pics
 
3 Attachment(s)

Better inside pic, with an external and a view of what else is going on today



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