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Returning member...1960 Tomahawk restoration 4 months 1 week ago #138654

Finally decided that my boat and I are not getting any youngetr and I need to resume a restoration. If I decide to begin a build log, am I in the correct forum? Looking forward to any and all advice....

Thanks to all!

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Returning member...1960 Tomahawk restoration 2 months 1 week ago #139029

Just finished painting and detailing my super seahorse....

Now onto my boat and trailer....

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Returning member...1960 Tomahawk restoration 1 month 3 weeks ago #139161

Yes, you're in the right place, please post pics of your progress.
Really nice job on the Johnson!
I did a couple for my Glastron
Cheers
Bill
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Returning member...1960 Tomahawk restoration 1 month 2 weeks ago #139235

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How's the Tomahawk restore coming along? Curious.

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Returning member...1960 Tomahawk restoration 1 month 2 weeks ago #139265

Its coming along pretty good...ive been on vacation for a week which has been great but im looking forward to picking back up where i left off.

Still filling and sanding the bottom but hope to move on to priming and painting soon. Cant wait to get this thing flipped over and get the rest done!
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Returning member...1960 Tomahawk restoration 1 month 2 weeks ago #139266

Love the pictures of the twin settup! I notced your starbord motor has a generator. Was it difficult to find the parts for that? Id love to add one down the road at some point....

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I find that a couple sky hooks work well for flipping.
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Returning member...1960 Tomahawk restoration 1 month 1 week ago #139274

A generator is not hard to find. It originally came as a kit. You'll need the generator, bracket, belt and voltage regulator which requires changing the cover of the junction box and 1 SFE 4amp and 1 SFE 20amp fuse to go in the fuse holders in your existing box.
Ammeter is optional, but a good idea. It will go in you key switch plate.
I also have the wiring diagram, if you go ahead with it.
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