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Old 31 May 2016, 15:45   #1
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Zodiac Pro Tube Attach Patch

Got a Zodiac Pro we're working on just now, which rolled over during a storm. The patch which attaches the tube to the hull has ripped, so looking to find a replacement - anyone know where I can source one?
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Is it just 2 layers of Hypalon stuck together with a bit of webbing in between?
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Is it just 2 layers of Hypalon stuck together with a bit of webbing in between?
It's welded PVC.

Your local Zodiac dealer can get them. They're called "splash vanes".
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