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  take it back and get another .......
  Posted by: pilotwingz on Sep-28-12 6:58 PM (EST)
 

..... agree totally with mintjulip and others , your boat should be flawless as new , not deformed in anyway .

It's been said that sometimes the cooling down process before being removed from the mould was not performed properly . Other times it's said that the poly is to thin in some areas and too thick in others , uneven rotomoulding process .

Now I wouldn't say one of these things is the absolute cause of your boats condition , but it is a new boat and something is not right and caused the deformation ... in any case , get one that's correct to start with .

I'll bet the deformation will get worse and worse as times goes on , something in the build process made it weak in certain areas , and that shouldn't be .

The dealer knows this , so return it for a straight one or get another brand .

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