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  On another forum...
  Posted by: Bnystrom on Oct-20-13 10:18 AM (EST)
 

...the owner of Novorca already explained that he had examined this paddle and determined that it was not practical to repair it. After getting that information "straight from the horse's mouth", why are you asking the same question here?

If the goal is to learn some things and gain some experience repairing composites, perhaps it's worth the effort to repair the paddle, but you're not likely to end up with something that you'll actually want to use.

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