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    Default need a little help fiberglass repair

    well got a little crack is this a hard fix had a little leak though i wood reseal the pump cover took it off and when i was getting all the crap off the hull in the fiberglass below the pump cover and right above the ride plate i found it thanks mike
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOT A JET View Post
    well got a little crack is this a hard fix had a little leak though i wood reseal the pump cover took it off and when i was getting all the crap off the hull in the fiberglass below the pump cover and right above the ride plate i found it thanks mike
    Not sure if it's just me, but I don't under stand a bit of what your tying to say here...

    Looks to me like your going to have to remove all hardware around the crack, grind it all down & around, and depending on how much support is required in that location, replacement of the wood maybe your best option (if it is wood), and get some fresh glass on it. I have no idea about jets (sorry), just trying to help out.

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    I think you should replace wood as in future the leakage problem can be bigger .I would advice to consult the professional for leakage problems .

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    Grind it out, lay in glass mat, sand it down, paint it, and go boating

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    The PB Board turned me on to Sea Goin' Poxy Putty..... that shit works.
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