RE: [omc-boats] 69 rogue

From: Tom Paquette <tpaquette@...>
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2006 18:57:02 -0400

I would leave the foam and let it air out. I understand it was put in under
extreme pressure. There is an Evirude brochure on gullwing that talks about
it. It is


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ads/literature/brochures dated 1/1/2006 Scroll down and the brochures
actually shopws the manufacturing and assembly process in the plant. It
helped me a lot…


Mine took about 2-3 weeks to dry out completely. Near the end I put a small
fan in it and let it run when I was home for air circulation etc.


I’m guessing the foam is structural for the flooring. Did yours have inch
plywood floor with about 4 inch pieces underneath the seams running across
for seaming the floor?


Cant help with the inboard issue as mine is an outboard….


Hope this helps!


We should send each other pictures so we can see our progress.



Charlotte- NC









From: owner-omc-boats@... [mailto:owner-omc-boats@...] On
Behalf Of Bill Desmond
Sent: Wednesday, June 07, 2006 4:15 PM
To: omc-boats@...
Subject: [omc-boats] 69 rogue


Well I took out the floor and started getting rid of the foam. It doesnt
seem that bad so im probably going to keep her. I cant believe the weight
of the foam. Is there foam under the motor too? Will I have to refoam for
structural reasons, or is it just a safety issue?

Also the tilt gears are binding when it is going up. Anybody have any
similar problems?


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