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Snake Mountain Boatworks LLC
7080 Weybridge Rd
Weybridge, VT 05753
Phone: 802.734.1019
Fax: 802.545.2269
Email: [email protected]

8 Replies to “Contact Us”

  1. Dear Snake Mountain,
    In regards to using Sikaflex for the bedding in your video for the deck . I went Jamestown Distributors and noticed that there are more than one Sikaflex product. Which one were you using ?
    Thanks
    Mike

  2. I have watched many of your videos thank you for making them.
    I am rebuilding my 1956 CC Utility CC-17-2484 with a 3M5200 bottom, and replacing all of the topsides and deck boards. I did not save my water line marks. Is it possible for you to give me the measurements at the front and rear?
    I see that you have just put a new bottom on the same kind of boat that I have.
    Thank you
    Bob way

  3. I’m confused. I’m redoing the bottom of my 15 foot Lyman. It needs a strake section replaced as well. My question is do you use 5200 between the strake as one of your videos shows or did you switch to thixso. You said someplace to never use 5200 as it dries hard and warps the strake. Thanks . Your website is a godsend as I’m a total amateur.

    1. Thank you so much. Also, if my strakes have surface cracks or checking can I just coat them with the 3M filler? I’ve noticed a lot of the boats you work on seem to be almost completely coated in the filler.

      1. Sorry … I misunderstood your initial question. Yes, 3M Marine Premium Filler is correct for this application. After stripping to bare wood, sand with 80-grit, seal with three coats of Smith’s Clear Penetrating Epoxy Sealer and reach for the 3M. Do not mix more than about a large golf ball or very small lemon at one time.

  4. Shrink wrapping a wood hull is like putting a plastic bag over your head and hoping you do not suffocate, or worse. The super-hot heat gun used will burn the varnish and paint, and likely the wood as well. We’ve been confronted by multiple owners with “charoalized” topsides, two were so bad we had to do wholesale plank replacements.

    Buy a good custom-built cover!

  5. TALKED TO YOU ON THE PHONE YESTERDAY REGARDING MY 1955 MERCURY BOAT AND HOW YOU MADE YELLOW CAULK. HAVING PROBLEMS SENDING YOU PHOTOS TO YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS. PLEASE ADVISE

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