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  1. #1251

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    I recently learned that the ICA base can be brushed or rolled on, so I'm going to just do it on-site. The top coat apparently gets milky if you don't spray it, but that's not an issue with the base.

    That said..tThe headliner tracks have been installed around the aft stateroom perimeter! I'm all giddy!

    1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 Refit: Installing the Aft Stateroom Whisper Wall Tracks

    Cheers,
    Q


  2. #1252

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    It's going to look great. Is the advantage of WW that you can take it back down if you need to? And the sound damping?

  3. #1253

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    I think that both the ease of pulling it down and putting it back plus the sound damping are plus points. I also think it looks far better than perforated headliner. I mean, c'mon! it's fake osterich!

  4. #1254

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    Well, we all have our heads in the sand around here, don't we...

  5. #1255

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    I jumped into the V-berth and got all of the headliner track mounting pieces installed all around the perimeter. I also got the Kai LED mounting panels installed and the wiring hooked up. It's not glamorous, but getting this step done is the second to the last thing I have to do before the headliner tracks can be installed. Progress. Booya.

    1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 Refit: Getting the V-berth Ready for Headliner Track Installation

    Cheers,
    Q


  6. #1256

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    You can really start to see how this is going to look when it's complete, which will be beautiful.

  7. #1257

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    Thanks Jim!

    I got the framing for the slider screen for the V-berth hatch installed at just the right height. I'll use that fuzzy stuff (can't think of the name of the product) to seal the screen frame to the headliner so bugs can't get in when the hatch is open. I just have to finish cleaning up some wiring and I'm ready for the headliner installer to come out this weekend and put in the track.

    Progress.

    1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 Refit: Fitting the V-berth Hatch Screen Track

    Cheers,
    Q


  8. #1258

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    The Whisper Wall headliner installer showed up over the weekend and got the tracks installed in the V-berth. This is funky stuff, but the guy's got skills. This is going to look great when it's all installed!

    1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 Refit: Installing the V-berth Headliner Tracks

    Cheers,
    Q


  9. #1259

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    I don't want to hold up the headliner installation, but I had to get the base coat of varnish on the V-berth/galley bulkhead since the headliner will butt up against it on the V-berth side. Six coats of ICA base clear later, it looks pretty good.

    1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 Refit: ICA Base Coat on the V-berth/Galley Bulkhead

    Cheers,
    Q

    Before


    After

  10. #1260

    Re: 1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 refit

    I've been working to get the living spaces ready for the headliner installation for several months now. Over the weekend, the headliner installer came out. We broke open the Whisper Wall box, and he got busy. I have to say, it's turning out very nicely.

    1969 Chris Craft Roamer 46 Refit: The V-berth Headliner Install Begins

    Cheers,
    Q



    If you were wondering how that ugly track in the complex corner of the V-berth was going to turn out...


    It turned out like this!

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