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Old 07-12-2007, 12:20 PM
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Default filling small holes in hull

I just purchased a new fishfinder to replace my old one and the transom mount is different so I will need to drill new holes. This will leave three holes from the old mount. Is there a recommended way to fill them and make them water tight or is it basically lust fill them with marine grade sealer and I am good to go? any advice is welcome, since they are below the waterline I would prefer not to sink my boat :)
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Default Re: filling small holes in hull

You could probably get away with using sealer in a pinch, but if you want a permanent repair that looks good and lasts for a long time, check out the instructions at these links:
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