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In my case, the armstrongs worked fine for the splash well, however, my hulls still get some water in them from various other locations. I've owned two of the 266/270 hulls and have found that water has a lot of places to get in. Several culprits are: hatches under the fish box area. This where the ...
- Fri May 27, 2016 6:10 am
- Forum: Cat Talk
- Topic: People with towers (or know about them)... speed/economy question. Pics too.
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don't know about the performance numbers, but, that's a beautiful setup.
I think you will find pulling the console and floor plates is not as bad as anticipated. It just takes a little time and patience. I mentioned in a previous post and am repeating myself now, but, inspecting the fuel tanks while the floor plates are out, will be a good idea. Pay particular attention ...
glad it worked for you. Those Armstrong plates are way better. I never did figure out how water continued to leak into my bilges. I re-caulked everything on that boat I could think of and tried all types of detection methods but never got to the point where the bilge stayed dry. I think there are ju...