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Old 05 April 2013, 12:54   #1
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Whats the best repair choice

during the last weeks windy weather the rib was pinned to the pontoon and the fender line caused this damage
fender line is very soft but fender may have caught on pontoon and maybe combined with minus cold weather
question is whats best
1 i stick on same colour patch
2 i stick on a wear patch in say blue / black
3 i get professional to do above
4 get professional to overlay same colour over the entire section
5 its a rib get over it
6 any other ideas
thank in advance Doug
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I'd go with No.2 but with a matching patch on opposite side.
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matching wear patches to prevent further damage
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being a procrastinator and of the opinion if it aint broke
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I'd go with No.2 but with a matching patch on opposite side.

same colour or blue or a hd black wear patch
im wondering about extending the blue with the same forward shape
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same colour or blue or a hd black wear patch
im wondering about extending the blue with the same forward shape
I'd go a contrasting colour, otherwise it might look like a patch rather than a err umm patch, if you see what I mean
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Nice guys at eurocraft in Manchester are going to supply blue hypalon for me to do a temporary patch repair then at end of season they will fit a proper matching grey strip thanks for comments
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It's a rib, get over it. Ribs that are scuffed up a bit look rock.
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