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    Hey guys what do i use to fill in the dip in front of my pump shoe. It had some stuff that looked like bondo or evercoat. Just wondering what would work best. The other stuff was cracked so i ground it out now i gotta fill it. Thanks.
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    The intake probly needs to be pulled and re-set. The corner bolts were never installed, likely causing the intake to seperate from the hull. The right stuff is called sea-going epoxy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekcrafter View Post
    The intake probly needs to be pulled and re-set. The corner bolts were never installed, likely causing the intake to seperate from the hull. The right stuff is called sea-going epoxy.
    X2,, I would not try and fill it in, you need to pull the intake and reset as stated!!!! otherwise it will most likely leak!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sleekcrafter View Post
    The intake probly needs to be pulled and re-set. The corner bolts were never installed, likely causing the intake to seperate from the hull. The right stuff is called sea-going epoxy.
    x3 or marine tex same stuff reset for sure all bolts in place is safer
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