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Old 11-09-2002, 08:04 PM
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Thats a really ugly open bow.
 
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Old 11-09-2002, 08:11 PM
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Dash areas are always a problem on any boat:
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Old 11-09-2002, 08:19 PM
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What is the point of the question? Does he want to know how to break his gayliner? That's easy, just put it in water.



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Then of course you expect some damage after this:
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Old 11-09-2002, 11:33 PM
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all my little outboards broke at the transom.

My 15' Scorpion with the 150XS broke where the motor well was glassed in at the transom. Had a new transom put in and reinforced. Then put a V6 175 on it in 1977. It broke again at the same place. Then they reinforced the transom with a couple of 2x6's glassed in full width. The boat then began to break in half where the transom/stern area transitioned into the gunwales. Had that all glassed in. Blew the powerhead in 1980. Put a 200 powerhead on it a little later and kept the 2:1 gear ratio. Hull floor broke free from the transom, cracking the stringers and taking on lots of water after a major rough water speed run. Couldn't find anybody in town that would work on the boat. It sat in a field for a few years until we chainsawed it up and fed it to a dumpster.

17' Ebbtide with the ported 2.4 V6 with the 14-petal front half and cutdown modVP heads broke all the stringers out of it. Delta pad had all sorts of places where the gelcoat was popping off in big hunks. Stringers were shattered and the floor inside was completely unbonded from the hull sides and would flex hard enough that the carpet tore.

Mirage tunnelvee with kevlar capsule broke both sponson forks off in a wicked blowover that ended in a "stuffing" I have no recollection of (I don't know how I got out of the boat but I ended up sitting on the shore with no helmet and the boat swamped and broken and halfway floating kind of on its side).

My 13' Whaler spent most of its time airborne, flying off cruiser wakes. It finally began to show stress cracks just behind the oarlocks on the gunwales at about the front third of the length.
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IF THIS IS A SMALL VERSION OF THE BAY LINER YEAR FROM THE MID 1980'S THUR MID 1990'S INBOARDS HAVE A REAL PROBLEM WITH FLOOR AND STRINGER ROT, AND OUTBOARDS HAVE A REAL PROBLEM WITH THE TRANSOM GETTING WET AND MUSHY. FROM WHAT WE HAVE REPAIRED OVER THE LAST 20 YEARS I HAVE NEVER SEEN ANY MAJOR HULL OR DECK PROBLEMS.(USE TO HAVE A LARGE BAYLINER DEALER BY US THAT WE DID WARRANTEE REPAIRS FOR) ALL THE PROBLEMS WERE CAUSED FROM THE WOOD GETTING WATER SOAKED FROM THE BACK SIDE WITH OUT ANY DRAIN HOLES TO LET THEM DRY OUT. TO MUCH FOAM INSTALLED TO TIGHT TO THE FLOORS AND CAUSED THE SAME PROBLEMS. (THIS IS REAL COMMON IN ALL PRODUCTION SMALL BOATS BUILT IN THAT ERA, BUT BAY LINER WAS REAL BAD) JUST MY 2cents WORTH.
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Old 11-11-2002, 12:01 AM
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Hey Sharkey:

Those aren't pics of the late Kevin Brown's P-32 Skater are they?
 
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No, I don't believe it is. From what i remember this was a husband & wife team that ran together...Key West 1990.
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someone needs to post pics of the goddess boat that barrel rolled on thursday. there was a bit of breakage after that.
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