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aprilvl
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Posted: March 25 2007 at 05:18 | IP Logged Quote aprilvl

I recently bought a 1979 25' saratoga flybridge. For an older boat its in great shape. The flybridge however, has a soft spot where the old seat was mounted. Is there a good way to repair it without tearing out the glass to replace the core? I saw west marine sells git rot does that really work? I also cant find and specs or docummentation for my boat since its so old. Any ideas? This is my first boat bigger than a 17' runaboat and learning the maintenance is alot  more work and money but having a good time figuring this all out.
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Posted: March 25 2007 at 08:41 | IP Logged Quote dakking

try going to www.baylinerownersclub.org/forum.  There are over 1,00 owners with a great amount of experience who will be glad t help you.

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