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    problem help please put hole in hull

    I was removing my old ride plate inserts and I made a small pin hole by the transome. I shined a flash light on it and the light doesn't go thru. but the impact broke thru the other side of the ski damaging the paint on the out side. What should I use to repair this small pin hole. Its in a very hard to see spot and very small so im not worried about the paint. Later on I'll probably put a thru hull fitting for the jet works mod in the area. What should I use 5200??? marine tex????help. And what should I use to seal the ride plate inserts in with??? 5200 or epoxy? and what kind.

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    For sealing the rideplate inserts to the hull, use 5200.

    Depending upon where the hole is at, yes, by drilling there for the fitting for the jetworks will take care of that at a later date.

    Use this for repairing the glasswork or any other cracked areas.

    Last edited by RX951; 12-31-2006 at 12:34 AM.

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