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    hull scratches and beach damage

    while under my ski tonight putting on some new parts i realized the damage that beaching my ski really does. Is there anything to do to fix this? I'm gonna be purchasing a sand anchor for the summer now. I also found a lot of sand in my intake grate.







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    anyone? i used to beach it about everytime i went out at my buddies house. this is inly after 1 season too. when i bought it mid last summer it only had .4 hours on it and the bottom was immaculate.

    were now putting moorings at his house

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    Just a heads up.... If using an anchor at ocean dont bother with the sand bags. I was using one and it never held. Waves always moved the bag around. I spent the money on a Yamaha fluke anchor, much better grip. Oh the bags also ripped when I tried to put heavier objects in it. You would be bette using a cement block if you didnt want to spend too much cash!

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