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Posted: March 25 2010 at 10:48 | IP Logged Quote WDNEAL

Okay - seems like I'm the first C Hawk owner to post, so just to get things started, I have a 1991 C Hawk 25 DLX powered by a 2007 Honda 225, mounted onto a 30" Armstrong extension. This boat did not come with a second helm amidship, so I added one behind the cabin. This is my second C Hawk 25. Hurricane Ernesto killed the first one.

The only issue I have with this boat is a persistent leak. After a day of fishing, I'll get about 1 to 2 quarts of water in the bilge. Cannot identify where it is coming from. While parked on a trailer last winter, I filled the hull with water and observed no leaks. I put a check valve on the bilge pump discharge hose. Checked the Armstrong extension bolts for leaks - none evident. If water was leaking in under the rub rail where the superstructure attaches to the hull, it seems I would see that from water running down the inside of the hull.

Any ideas on where else to look?



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