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Old 01-27-2018, 02:28 AM   #21
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I do agree with you for sure. Im not going to tear the bilge up to solve it. I will let whatever flow out and get rid of some of the water. Then epoxy over it when it stops at some point.

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A more interesting question is was the boat ever stored ashore up north with a keel full of water , for a hard winter?
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I do agree with you for sure. Im not going to tear the bilge up to solve it. I will let whatever flow out and get rid of some of the water. Then epoxy over it when it stops at some point.

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I'd be inclined to leave it unplugged. If there is water between layers of glass or coring, unless this area is under water sometimes I would let it dry out. If you do want to seal it, BoatLife will cure underwater and you can put that on anytime.
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