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    Anyone have a hull pic with water box removed

    Anyone have a pic of the area where the water box sits, My problem is I have water between the hull and the inner liner and I read an old post on the "other site" by Fercho that said to drill a hole in the support for the water box and siphon it out. I just want to get an idea of the work ahead of me.

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    I think RAFI has a pic.....PM him

    John Abbott might also too.

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    Hang on one sec.

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    WOW!!!!! The hull is sooooo clean, must be nice to have a brand new hull to play with!

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    Yea, getting it to stay that way is the difficult part. Even though no one will ever see that part of the boat (usually), i still sleep better knowing it's clean.

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    As usual ABBOTT you come thru, thanks for the pics. Now I kinda know what I need to do. Guess I better get the 2" hole saw out and make a nice drain hole.

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    Hey had this problem acouple times too!! I just used like a 1/4 inch drill bit and went straight through the hull, inner and outer and the water pourred out. Just gotta fix the little hole from the inside and on the bottom of the hull.. Think I drilled my hole in the bunk behind the motor mounts..

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    Thanks Sponge, I thought about drilling thru the hull too, and just filling it with Marine Tex. Going to try the water box method first. Just waiting for a couple bad days of weather, right now it is too nice to be working on it when I can be out riding. It doesn't sound like there is much water in there just enough to hear it when I tip up the trailer.

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