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  Posted by: mrmannerz on Mar-23-13 4:57 PM (EST)

I tried a recommendation by g2d who posts here often. It worked way better (protects well enough while not being an unsightly heap on the bow and stern) than kevlar skid plates. Just a strip of s-glass set in epoxy (or two if you want to go crazy). Paint it to protect the epoxy from UV.

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