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    Jul 2007
    Cedar Rapids,Iowa

    Let's move to the pump shoe.

    This ski had sat in the lake at a dock most of last year no moving. So the shoe and ring has some corrosion.So I got some clean up work in that area.
    Next point of interest, From talking to a few of the Really fast guys,I'm asuming that the transition from the hull to the shoe and the ring should be filled to make a nice flow. Any thoughts and methods on that?

    The Arrows shows the area that needs filling for smooth flowing.
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