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    2010 Wake Pro 215 Hull damage

    Bought this used this season and have had it out on the water twice with no issue. Was waxing today and discovered this damage on the bottom of the hull. I believe I bought it this way as there have been no incidents or circumstances the two times I've had it out that would cause this issue.

    Other than being an idiot for not inspecting the entire hull prior to purchase, how had is this damage? It isn't leaking water but concerned about long term issues and also how to fix.

    Thanks for any help! First time poster but avid reader since I've bought.
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    This is how I run a jetski shop in the desert nmpeter's Avatar
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    Welcome aboard.

    anytime raw fiberglass is exposed it should be repaired quickly.

    gelcoat repair kits are inexpesive and easy to use with just a little practice

    ignore this damage will lead to water intrusion and eventually hull delamiantion

    the gel repair kits are available at big marine suppliers. Around $50 if memory service,

    I farm out all my fiberglass repairs. But I'd repair this on my own if it was my ski

    DO NOT use bondo

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