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Old 01-10-2019, 10:21 PM   #31
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Fiberglass is probably the easiest thing in the world to repair. I can't believe anyone would replace an entire side for a little thing like that.

That's why folks get fiberglass boats.

That hole can just be patched over and repainted. If you can put tape over the hole, you can do a fiberglass patch.

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Old 01-12-2019, 02:12 PM   #32
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Yep been there...not fun

Be sure to check inside to see if they damaged any of the wall. On my 3008w 2015 Rockwood Windjammer I discovered damage that was never reported by previous owner just carefully hidden. The inside wall was actually crushed along with the aluminum framing on the passenger side Vnose. mice were getting in and that's where they were coming in so I had to fill the void in the floor where the plywood was destroyed. wall was caved in. You couldn't see the damage from the outside but when I looked inside that's where I could see the damage and it was inside underneath the cabinets behind a false wall. Sorry to hear of your damage that's just Plum dirty pool.
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