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  Good feedback, people. Maybe
  Posted by: ezwater on Jan-15-14 11:31 AM (EST)

it's best not to do *too* good a repair. I'd rather have the assembly break off without damaging the hull enough to cause a leak. If it got torn off during a paddle, it could be recovered by the control cables and kept on the deck for later repair.

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