I thought this was kinda funny: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mad-River-Canoe-/170986954211?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item27cf9ddde3
Check out the 4th pic. And the Teton is a poly boat, so good luck fixing it.
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At least he showed the damage.|
Posted by: headwinds on Mar-23-13 8:05 AM (EST)
That's more than some do.
That's pretty funny!|
Posted by: guideboatguy on Mar-23-13 9:51 AM (EST)
Used only once|
Posted by: mrmannerz on Mar-23-13 12:58 PM (EST)
That is one sweet boat
Posted by: oldiron79 on Mar-23-13 3:49 PM (EST)
I don't think they make enough epoxy for that
actually they do|
Posted by: pblanc on Mar-23-13 4:28 PM (EST)
I repaired an Old Town Penobscot Discovery 174 poly canoe that was much worse, with areas of the outer solid poly not just split, but gone in areas up to 4 inches wide over 3-4 feet of the hull at both stems, and extensive erosion of the foam core. Less than $50 of G Flex, along with some silica powder, graphite powder, fiberglass and Dynel cloth was enough for the job.
Wear & Tear|
Posted by: Dgremlin on Mar-23-13 4:46 PM (EST)
I don't mind a little wear...it's the "tear" that would worry me. :)
Posted by: guideboatguy on Mar-23-13 5:35 PM (EST)
Maybe that's what the seller planned to say, just to claim honesty.
Posted by: rjd9999 on Mar-23-13 5:34 PM (EST)
The proportion of the tear to hull length isn't much greater than that on the titanic, and we all know how well that worked out.