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  • FISHFACE
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    I had a 30' seasport with a swim step and hit it on the dock. The glass guy at SS said I need to glass that as soon as possible to prevent the rotting of the core (the wood). I had another person in Seward tell me the same thing too, good luck and what a nice looking boat.

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  • kodiakcombo
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    THe broker that sold the boat says dont worry about it, it will not absorb water, I'm waiting for a noce day then I'll caulk it, then when I'm not busy I'll glass over the cut edges.

    Originally posted by oldmil007 View Post
    Wow, she's rounding into shape nicely! Looks like a fish slaying machine.

    Are the edges of the swim platform where the kicker motor cut-out was made sealed? (hard to make out from the picture)

    - Jay

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  • oldmil007
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    Wow, she's rounding into shape nicely! Looks like a fish slaying machine.

    Are the edges of the swim platform where the kicker motor cut-out was made sealed? (hard to make out from the picture)

    - Jay

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  • kodiakcombo
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    Fishy Fishy

    My new boat the "Fishy Fishy" is almost done being Alaskanized. Full swim step cut down to size to accomodate trolling motor mount from Panther for my F15 yama with 5 inch extension from bay manufaturing. Steering linked to DPH drive with EZ steer, stainless railings modified to accomodate downriggers, Stabilizer poles mounted, Digi troll hooked up to F15. Almost done!
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