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Old 18 August 2016, 16:18   #1
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Hypalon repair

Is this how tubes on the searider normally attach to the transom & is the fact it's worn away something to worry about? I was thinking of repairing it by putting a patch over the top?
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Old 19 August 2016, 03:27   #2
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OMO i would patch over it if its sound to make it look better and reinforce it.


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Old 19 August 2016, 18:39   #3
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Yes that is standard assembly. Also appears how many older boats look. Not gonna hurt to reinforce that area. That layout does start with a heavy piece of webbing which is then covered with hypalon.
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