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    THE OFFICAL SUPERDUTY!!!!!! superduty's Avatar
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    tell me if its bad?????

    not real sure how it got there but i'm pretty sure it was the trailer , do you think i need to get it fixed right away or will i be ok for a while????????
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    Duty:

    Fix it!

    Go to spectrumcolor.com and get a gelcoat patch kit and fix that.

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    THE OFFICAL SUPERDUTY!!!!!! superduty's Avatar
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    i got a a guy i can take it to thats cheap and does bad arse work plus there are some other smudges and crap that i want fixed to but it not deep or crack so i think i should be ok for the rest of the summer

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    i heard if you have even the smallest imperfection in your hull that your hull has the possibility to delaminate beacause of the extreme water pressure

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    THE OFFICAL SUPERDUTY!!!!!! superduty's Avatar
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    i guess i could buy a keel protector??? and that way when i beach i'm ok too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclone268 View Post
    i heard if you have even the smallest imperfection in your hull that your hull has the possibility to delaminate beacause of the extreme water pressure
    ditto:
    I think even the smallest hole, anything that the water can get under will cause delamination...PR...

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    if you want to wait, dry it up good, and patch it with JB weld for now just to keep the water off the glass..

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    do yall think that keel protector will work???

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    don't do the Keel protector, patching the nick with jb weld will work fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superduty View Post
    do yall think that keel protector will work???
    Some swear by it but some say it robs speed....I wanna get one.

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