New owner of two San Juan 21s in E. TN

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New owner of two San Juan 21s in E. TN

Postby Gman377 » Fri Dec 22, 2017 7:39 pm

Hello everyone! I recently become the proud owner of two San Juan 21s and I will be restoring one of them out of two. The one I will be restoring is a 1984 #2560, I'm guessing it's one of the last ones. It is from Raleigh, NC. The other one is from Indiana then it was re licensed here in TN, I think it is a 1976 MK2 #CLK217060576 (I hope I'm reading the number right). I've got almost all the parts from both boats to make one, of course it needs new lines but the rigging (between the two) is in good shape. I will need to make new bulkheads for the chainplates which brings me to my biggest question, do I need to tab them in for cruising? The only other question I have is where could I find any history on these especially the one that says EDNA's WBD9908 on it (the 1984 one). Thank you very much!
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Re: New owner of two San Juan 21s in E. TN

Postby kuriti » Tue Dec 26, 2017 11:10 pm

Search the forum and you will find bulkhead ideas. They don’t need to be fiberglass’s to the hull if that is what you mean, just bolted to the boxes. I recommend converting to aluminum plate as detailed in other posts. Good luck!
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Re: New owner of two San Juan 21s in E. TN

Postby Gman377 » Fri Dec 29, 2017 12:54 am

Thank you kuriti, and yes I did mean 'glassing' them in. I have been running the gamut in the forums and there is so much great info there. I noticed you were very active in these forums so thank you for giving us SJ 'noobs' tips. I really liked your electrical write-up so I will be revisiting that one when I re-wire this old boat. I guess the history stuff will be hard to find. Thanks
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