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OK.....I had a little accident ::)in the garage and I now have a nice rip about 4 inches long in my Outcast Discovery 'toon. :eek: The pontoon was inflated at the time and I want to know the best method/materials for fixing it 100%...Suggestions?
Thanks, Ortho
 

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How thick is the pontoon? You could possibly stitch the tear with some small nylon rope and seal it using some...lots of aqua seal with a rubber patch of some sort also attached with the aqua seal.

Thats probably what I would try, next to getting a new pontoon.
 

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Warranty?

If not, I would reccomend getting a high quality patch kit, super duper it up, try to patch inside and out..last thing you want is the tear to re open when your on the flow.....I thought those outcast 'toons were indestructabe?

Mike <"))))))><
 

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Is it PVC coated fabric or hypalon?? Rainbow Industries in Coquitlam can help you out.604.941.5051. I work in the vinyl fabrics industry manufacturinf oil containment booms.Maybe I can help if they canT
 

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Ortho, as Mike suggested check with the dealer see if there is any warranty. I had a seam go on my fishcat and took it back to M&Y asked them if they could get me another one...Was happy to find out it was under warranty.Worth a shot ;)

Cheers

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Waterskeeter swupplies a high quality patch kit with their boats. I know Gary has some (patch kits) for sale at Riverside Tackle. I hope you didn't damage the bladder.
 
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