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    I recently added new gel coat to my miller ski jet. Hadn't paid attention to the hull id number in the right rear of the boat how ever the numbers can't be read without some blasting away at the gel. original gel orange new gel white. I noticed this after starting a sanger mini project and the person doing the gel coat taped off the numbers leaving them an off white against an all white hull. Any suggestions so I don't get in trouble on the miller and what can be done to make the off white the same as the rest of the hull on the sanger. Thanks Mike

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    Do you know the number? It will be on the Reg. Any way, go to a trophey shop or some one that does engraving. Have them engrave the numbers on to some aluminum, pick a color or just go plain Jane. That's how I did mine on my new builds, it's a lagit way to do it. about 1/2 x 1 1/2 or 2" holes drilled at each end for a screw or rivet. Sand off the spot you want to put it on. Get some 2 part epoxy, set the piece in the epoxy and screw/rivet it to the hull/transom. It won't come off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cobra1 View Post
    Do you know the number? It will be on the Reg. Any way, go to a trophey shop or some one that does engraving. Have them engrave the numbers on to some aluminum, pick a color or just go plain Jane. That's how I did mine on my new builds, it's a lagit way to do it. about 1/2 x 1 1/2 or 2" holes drilled at each end for a screw or rivet. Sand off the spot you want to put it on. Get some 2 part epoxy, set the piece in the epoxy and screw/rivet it to the hull/transom. It won't come off.
    Thank You very much it's a great help on both boats

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