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    Default Class 5 boat works

    Any of you folks had a look at these yet.
    Thoughts, good or bad.
    Thinking the idea is good, not so much on the repairs, if any are needed.
    Maybe there so tuff, no repairs are ever needed.

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    Looked at them , talked to guys who run the jet n
    Boats, seemed tough,
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    Thought I seen one of these down at Chitna at O-Brian creak this summer doing some testing. Fred

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    Interesting idea, plastic welding should be able to make repairs as strong as the original material. Wonder how thick of material they are using and if they can get it stiff enough to not flex too much in the larger designs, also curious about weight and cost vs aluminum.

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    How much are they asking for them?

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