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post #1 of 5 Old 02-20-2010, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
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Boat SUNK pics

well we came out the other morning andfound this we had just done through hole exhaust the day before but i guess the silicone didnt fully dry (cold Wether) so we got her pulled out drained all water and fluid and she is running like a champ again floating high 2 days later!



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Yikes! What had you done to cause the leak?

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we put threw hole exhaust out the back and the old exhaust (through the outdrive) that we capped off broke and started taking on water

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Wow, that must have been pretty crappy to be walking to it and thinking 'why is it so low in the water'.
Was it resting on the bottom at that point?

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Wow, that must have been pretty crappy to be walking to it and thinking 'why is it so low in the water'.
Was it resting on the bottom at that point?
it was sitting on the bottom this is after we got it pulled off the bottom every thing but the top was completely submerged

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