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    Registered SS930's Avatar
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    1990 Donzi Sweet 16
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    Aug 2003
    At the office.
    Repairable, absolutely. It's just a matter of how in depth and costly it will become. If it passes the hammer test, it's likely that it is not serious at this point.

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member Steve 1's Avatar
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    Slippery when wet!
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    Apr 2001
    Beautiful Fort Lauderdale
    Over the years I have tried a number of things trying to dry the wet transoms with Vacuum and relief holes,pulling in exoxies. but in the end always opened it as there is no shortcuts and replaced the wet plyrot with dry plyrot.

    Wood is a natural water pump and is in natures recycling system,just add water everything else needed is present.
    Slippery when wet. "POD" Free Tunnel through Common Sense Engineering

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    Gold Member Gold Member phragle's Avatar
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    22 Avanti, 25 Nova, 2 turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree,SBYC
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    Apr 2006
    Toledo Oh
    Think of it as cancer... cancer doesnt just go away and will eventually kill. The tumor needs to be surgically removed....
    please read the fine print

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