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  Fiberglass Re[pair
  Posted by: ppine on Sep-09-13 3:51 PM (EST)
 

gd2,
Try to show some respect. Maybe you have never repaired a badly damaged fiberglass boat in the field. I used to build fiberglass sailboats for a living and I can assure you that after the glass breaks, the surface can be very rough requiring pounding with a rock. I am quite serious, especially when we are 50 miles from home with no roads around. We got home by pounding out the dents so the fiberglass surfaces were more or less close to the original lines of the canoe. Then came the duct tape.

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