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  Yeah, but check for cracks and bubbles
  Posted by: pikabike on Nov-27-12 9:51 PM (EST)

I think this might be where trouble could arise. If water's still in cracked areas it will expand when frozen. I don't mean just water from paddling but condensation dripping and running into the cracks, then freezing. With bubbles, the trapped air expands and contracts. Might not matter as long as the boat sits all winter and such changes are gradual. I don't know.

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