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Old 09 November 2012, 10:27   #11
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Collected interior water sit's in the upper skeg and does not drain away. Never sit the engine horizontal unless absolutely necessary and if you do, prop the head up 15 or more degrees.
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Old 10 November 2012, 10:19   #12
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It's on a stand now. No worries.
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Old 23 November 2012, 04:32   #13
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Hi, just a small point but could be important in the future, the boat you now own is a Zodiac MK 2 Classic and not an HD. The difference being that all Zodiac HD boats are constructed in HYPOLON and all the classic boats use PVC materials , a very important difference if you attempt any diy repairs.
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Old 23 November 2012, 11:26   #14
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Hmm...
I think you're referring to the more higher-end Zodiacs, but I'm pretty sure that the Classic Mk2 SIBs are all PVC, whether they are ST or HD models.
Zodiac says that the HD models are "...strengthened to handle more payload."
http://www.zodiacmarineusa.com/easy-...ssic/mark-2-st
http://www.zodiacmarineusa.com/files...ac_Classic.pdf

HD = 191.8 lbs
ST = 183.0 lbs

I wish they were Hypalon...
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Hi, just a small point but could be important in the future, the boat you now own is a Zodiac MK 2 Classic and not an HD. The difference being that all Zodiac HD boats are constructed in HYPOLON and all the classic boats use PVC materials , a very important difference if you attempt any diy repairs.
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The boat you are talking about are named MK2 GR (for Grand Raid). The HD serie in the Milpro line starts with the MKIV.

The Classic MK2 is offered with ST (standard wooden floor) and HD (with aluminum floor). The floor is the only difference between the ST and HD.

So he has a Classic MK2 HD made of PVC-Strongan.
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