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Old 15 August 2011, 06:52   #11
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Country: UK - Scotland
Town: Central Belt of Scotland
Boat name: Puddleduck III
Make: Bombard
Length: 5m +
Engine: 50 HP
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no problem, it was the front edge, since is where the force if the water is greatest if you have internal leading edge then fine, mine had and internal patch as well as a external patch and was done by the professionals and still failed, they told me at the time it might fail before they did the job, it was august and I wanted boat in water so I got it fixed...

hopefully your boat will last longer than I got out if mine!

But keep checking that seam.

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Old 31 August 2011, 12:46   #12
Country: UK - England
Town: Northwest
Make: Humber
Length: 5m +
Engine: Merc 60
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Plastic mudguards are a complete nightmare. I cracked one recently whils moving the boat on the beach. No damage to the boat thank god. Will be replacing mine over the winter with 2 half tyres of a suitable diameter. They should stand the usual wear and tear.

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