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Old 05 August 2014, 16:46   #21
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thanks ! perfect... that will do the jobby.
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Zodiac Marine - Boats - Cadet Rib 310
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aparently the hull is polyester, so im guessing this stuff it fine then!
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Hang on... I thought it was a yachtline not a cadet?

Does it have a solid base with tubes attached or a soft base with tubes attached and wooden slatted floor?
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ahh yea, my bad...
it is a yaht line...
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it has a solid base with a wooden slatted floor, that has a valve up front and a rubber bung out back... i dont know what they are for either?!
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Its the Yachtline, with the multi piece roll up wood floor (design nicked from Avon).

They dont make the standard YL any more, only the Yachtline Delux. I think the OP has gone looking at the Zodiac site and found the nearest he could.

I think Shiny is right, probably PVC rather than Hypalon.
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im inclined to agree! once again thanks for all the help on this, very much appreciated. i will order the glue and have a test-run this weekend...weather permitted!
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So I got that glue! boy, you have to be quick, but it is awesome!
I had four punctures and they have all now been sealed..
Ive just got to find a seat for it and maybe a little outboard.

one thing; there is a bung in the floor of the forward hull, inside the boat.. its for a chamber thats shaped like an arrow... I tried pumping air in but it just comes straight out again so is it for ballast?
to form a kind of hull shape?
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No its for air.

Sounds like the 1 way valve is gone on that. You need to pump it to a much higher pressure than the toobs.

Someone will be along shortly...
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