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mauifish
02-12-2010, 12:34 PM
Does anyone have any info on how to prevent / repair problem will stress cracks that may cause water to seep into the hull. Problem seems to be common among twin vee owners. I am thinking about purchasing a 20' 2004 model. Like the boat if I can overcome the problems.


renagade69
02-12-2010, 02:44 PM
Americat can tell you what to do. Call Dave. http://Ameracat.com They have helped other fix theirs.

Sportfisher236
02-12-2010, 02:46 PM
Don't know but I have read that Twin Vee is reopening.


stringer bell
02-12-2010, 04:36 PM
Yeah TV and SeaCat merged i think....not sure if they will warranty old hulls, but its worth a shot.

Sportfisher236
02-12-2010, 04:45 PM
probably not a warranty I was just thinking they might know how to do the repair

slickster
02-12-2010, 05:05 PM
I had a 19 and a 26 twin vee and didn't have any stress cracks...the 20ft is really an odd duck...twin 60's....pretty slow....haven't heard of any problem with that hull...a used caracal 18.5 should compare pretty well in ride and space, better built and way faster with a single

Porter J
02-12-2010, 05:29 PM
Many of the TVs did not have an adequate laminate schedule. (not enough layers of cloth and resin)The result was a flimsy hull. The fix (?) was to fill the hulls with high density foam and brag about the "unsinkable" qualities of the boat. The result was a hull that would develop stress cracks and allow water to penetrate thru the hull and saturate the foam. An easy way to check without cutting into the deck is to have the boat weighed at a local truck stop, provided you know the advertised bare hull weight, weight of motor and accessories and trailer.

If the boat is heavy, a proper repair is probably too expensive.

Americat is owned and operated by the same folks that brought you the above problem. New name, slightly modified hull, price increase and fully foamed hull.

stringer bell
02-12-2010, 07:26 PM
If that 20ft Outrageous checks out, its an amazing vessel and best boat Twin Vee ever made IMO. Perfect balance of room, economy and speed with awesome sea-handling capability.

Bullshipper
02-12-2010, 09:21 PM
Many of the TVs did not have an adequate laminate schedule. (not enough layers of cloth and resin)The result was a flimsy hull. The fix (?) was to fill the hulls with high density foam and brag about the "unsinkable" qualities of the boat. The result was a hull that would develop stress cracks and allow water to penetrate thru the hull and saturate the foam. An easy way to check without cutting into the deck is to have the boat weighed at a local truck stop, provided you know the advertised bare hull weight, weight of motor and accessories and trailer.

If the boat is heavy, a proper repair is probably too expensive.

Americat is owned and operated by the same folks that brought you the above problem. New name, slightly modified hull, price increase and fully foamed hull.

You are saying that Roger Dunshee owns Ameracat?

Dave East designed both hulls but I do not know if he is involved with production.

They are cheaper than the 26's.

renagade69
02-13-2010, 07:33 AM
Many of the TVs did not have an adequAate laminate schedule. (not enough layers of cloth and resin)The result was a flimsy hull. The fix (?) was to fill the hulls with high density foam and brag about the "unsinkable" qualities of the boat. The result was a hull that would develop stress cracks and allow water to penetrate thru the hull and saturate the foam. An easy way to check without cutting into the deck is to have the boat weighed at a local truck stop, provided you know the advertised bare hull weight, weight of motor and accessories and trailer.

If the boat is heavy, a proper repair is probably too expensive.

Americat is owned and operated by the same folks that brought you the above problem. New name, slightly modified hull, price increase and fully foamed hull.


Americat is not owned and operated by the same folks at all. You are uninformed.Twin Vee is open and running with its founder.He is not honoring old warranties and still running the company the same way. All wood coring and poor customer service.

Americat is owned mostly by non Twin Vee employees and very small percent by an old Twin Vee employee.Dave had no control on changing the things that were wrong with the hulls until he left and designed his own series of Cat boats.Don't start rumors that you know nothing about.

Metalmelter
02-13-2010, 05:27 PM
Americat is not owned and operated by the same folks at all. You are uninformed.Twin Vee is open and running with its founder.He is not honoring old warranties and still running the company the same way. All wood coring and poor customer service.

Americat is owned mostly by non Twin Vee employees and very small percent by an old Twin Vee employee.Dave had no control on changing the things that were wrong with the hulls until he left and designed his own series of Cat boats.Don't start rumors that you know nothing about.
http://www.twinveeboats.com/news140.htm

The president of the company had no control on changing things that were wrong????????

You may want to check your facts.
And by the way the transoms are cored with coosa in the current poduction twin vees.

Maybe the Ameracat fan club should worry more about the Amercat fuel system issues and less about Twin Vee.

Metalmelter
02-13-2010, 05:38 PM
You are saying that Roger Dunshee owns Ameracat?

Dave East designed both hulls but I do not know if he is involved with production.

They are cheaper than the 26's.


Roger has no involvment with Ameracat.
Roger designed the Twin Vee 26'
If you call taking a Twin Vee 26' and raising the gunnels and calling it an Ameracat 27' then Dave East designed the Ameracat.
Check the current prices.

tg
02-13-2010, 06:38 PM
(http://www.twinveeboats.com/news140.htm)
Maybe the Ameracat fan club should worry more about the Amercat fuel system issues and less about Twin Vee.

And what issues would those be?

renagade69
02-13-2010, 07:37 PM
http://www.twinveeboats.com/news140.htm

The president of the company had no control on changing things that were wrong????????

You may want to check your facts.
And by the way the transoms are cored with coosa in the current poduction twin vees.

Maybe the Ameracat fan club should worry more about the Amercat fuel system issues and less about Twin Vee.

You must be Twin Vee's community relations department. Tell them to take care of their warranties.I had a boat built by them that was a 2009 POS. The floors are wood along with most of the consoles.

Americat has no issues..lol. I only mentioned Americat on this thread because they are helping TV customers and are a viable place for them to bring their boats.I wouldn't send my enemy to TV to get their boat fixed.They have fixed many.

renagade69
02-13-2010, 07:50 PM
Roger has no involvment with Ameracat.
Roger designed the Twin Vee 26'
If you call taking a Twin Vee 26' and raising the gunnels and calling it an Ameracat 27' then Dave East designed the Ameracat.
Check the current prices.

Roger hasn't designed a boat in his life. He just copies them.He should be ashamed for not taking care of his customers. I backed them till he declined customers warranty work.I begged this board to give him a chance. I took serious heat from this board for them.He is pure dirt.Hard working people needed his help and he has his hand out.

Here is the thread I put my neck out for them. My attitude changed after talking with Roger.

http://www.thehulltruth.com/boating-forum/256299-twin-vee-back-business-even-hiring-people.html

bradmd
02-14-2010, 07:13 AM
The president of the company had no control on changing things that were wrong????????

You may want to check your facts.
And by the way the transoms are cored with coosa in the current poduction twin vees.


I'm no expert on corporate structure, but I'm sure the president of any corp can't just do anything he wants without first getting the blessing of the board of directors (or at least he better be able to defend any costly endeavor that was not approved, if he wants to keep his job, that is).

I can't understand why, with the avail. and minimal cost increase (and benefit of weighing less) that TV would continue to build their floor, console and bulkheads out of plywood. Maybe Don will change that, as the seacats that he was building in Titusville were/are wood free.

One interesting thing I read on the TV website, is that they are building a seacat 22 "sport cabin". Don came to my house and took a pic of my boat last fall...........I wondered what that was about...........I wonder if they are going to build some seacats with a similar small pilothouse like mine. Anyone seen a pic of this "sport cabin"?

Bullshipper
02-14-2010, 08:11 AM
I'm no expert on corporate structure, but I'm sure the president of any corp can't just do anything he wants without first getting the blessing of the board of directors (or at least he better be able to defend any costly endeavor that was not approved, if he wants to keep his job, that is).

I can't understand why, with the avail. and minimal cost increase (and benefit of weighing less) that TV would continue to build their floor, console and bulkheads out of plywood. Maybe Don will change that, as the seacats that he was building in Titusville were/are wood free.

One interesting thing I read on the TV website, is that they are building a seacat 22 "sport cabin". Don came to my house and took a pic of my boat last fall...........I wondered what that was about...........I wonder if they are going to build some seacats with a similar small pilothouse like mine. Anyone seen a pic of this "sport cabin"?

I believe a 4x8" piece of Marine CDX costs around $12.

Coosa or airex is over $120.

Are you saying that you think Don Fielder and Dunshee are now partners?

Fielder is an excellent builder with a spotless rep, IMO.

bradmd
02-14-2010, 09:02 AM
So the price diff would be, ballpark, 1k to make it wood free? That's a no brainer for me. I'd pay 1k extra for wood free, plus the weight advantage of the synthetic airex.

Nope, I dont know what the relationship is there with RD and DF......I suppose Don's only an employee, but he's got alot of knowledge to offer,...... if it will be used to better TV, that's another question. One can only hope that it will.

My talk of corp structure was in reference to whether Dave East, as pres of TV, was able to single handedly decide how TVs were being built, as the poster mm was suggesting...........Like I said, I dont know, but I doubt that he was given free reign. It would be a diff story if he had been owner, without a board.......then it's a one man show and you can pin any bad actions of the company (not honoring warranties, etc.) on the owner. It becomes alot more hazy when it's a corp. That's one bad thing about buying from a large corporation........much harder to find someone to hold responsible for quality of the product.

Bullshipper
02-14-2010, 11:22 AM
So the price diff would be, ballpark, 1k to make it wood free? That's a no brainer for me. I'd pay 1k extra for wood free, plus the weight advantage of the synthetic airex.

Nope, I dont know what the relationship is there with RD and DF......I suppose Don's only an employee, but he's got alot of knowledge to offer,...... if it will be used to better TV, that's another question. One can only hope that it will.

My talk of corp structure was in reference to whether Dave East, as pres of TV, was able to single handedly decide how TVs were being built, as the poster mm was suggesting...........Like I said, I dont know, but I doubt that he was given free reign. It would be a diff story if he had been owner, without a board.......then it's a one man show and you can pin any bad actions of the company (not honoring warranties, etc.) on the owner. It becomes alot more hazy when it's a corp. That's one bad thing about buying from a large corporation........much harder to find someone to hold responsible for quality of the product.


I agree with you about the benefits of a lighter hull, especially with a cat. I really don't know how formal the employee organization structure is, but day to day production attention did get out of control at TV, and it "sounds" like East is actively participating in Amercats production as he has been kind enough to chime in here lately.

Hard to infer what's going on, but it almost sounds like Dunshee wants to stay retired, and I believe that Mr Fidler might also be looking to retire too.

Makes me wonder if the TV facility might eventually be used to produce the TV, Ameracat, and Seacat one day, just like WC and GB's now being produced under the same roof to trim fixed costs and retain experienced crews.

slickster
02-14-2010, 12:17 PM
PORTER J....has no clue...just blowing smoke..LOL...about using wood in boats....didn't they use to make boats completely out of wood?

Bullshipper
02-14-2010, 01:17 PM
PORTER J....has no clue...just blowing smoke..LOL...about using wood in boats....didn't they use to make boats completely out of wood?

Still do.

fireboat
02-14-2010, 01:31 PM
I talked to Roger Dunshee at the show and FWIW he says he is fully involved with TV and Seacat. He is in full production with lots of orders coming in according to him. He said quality is improved and he expects no issues with the new TVs which will continue to be a value leader and have wood in them. Seacat he says will be top of the line "second to none". He is working on a Seacat cabin model and larger one down the road.

slickster
02-14-2010, 01:55 PM
Hopefully TV will get back to their original "niche"....decent, capable boats, no frills, lower hp and initial cost...

renagade69
02-14-2010, 02:54 PM
I am all for TV getting back up and running. You will never hear me complain about them again if Roger steps up and takes care of the warranty work for their existing customer base for free.A couple of words at a show is not going to do it.Its on his plate now and time will tell.Words are cheap.Roger only plans on building it up to sell it again so the new owner will not accept warranty work. Bonded warranty is the only one I would accept.

As far as SeaCat. Roger(TV owner) is a contractor now building them for SeaCat.Vector 1 the company that was building the boats for them before can't do it anymore because of being too busy.`Twin Vee stands allot more benefit from the deal than SeaCat because the reputation of SeaCat is great.I bet SeaCat supervises the build because Twin Vee isn't capable of quality control.Times are tough and I wish SeaCat good luck in the venture. Don't trust your builder(Twin Vee) any more than their prior customers do and you will be ok.(Note to owner of SeaCat)

Bullshipper
02-15-2010, 07:15 PM
I am all for TV getting back up and running. You will never hear me complain about them again if Roger steps up and takes care of the warranty work for their existing customer base for free.A couple of words at a show is not going to do it.Its on his plate now and time will tell.Words are cheap.Roger only plans on building it up to sell it again so the new owner will not accept warranty work. Bonded warranty is the only one I would accept.

As far as SeaCat. Roger(TV owner) is a contractor now building them for SeaCat.Vector 1 the company that was building the boats for them before can't do it anymore because of being too busy.`Twin Vee stands allot more benefit from the deal than SeaCat because the reputation of SeaCat is great.I bet SeaCat supervises the build because Twin Vee isn't capable of quality control.Times are tough and I wish SeaCat good luck in the venture. Don't trust your builder(Twin Vee) any more than their prior customers do and you will be ok.(Note to owner of SeaCat)

Do you know if
Dave East is actually in charge of building
Ameracat
TV
and Seacat

at the same time?

Sounds to me that Roger is primarily just the money and facility provider.

renagade69
02-16-2010, 05:24 AM
Do you know if
Dave East is actually in charge of building
Ameracat
TV
and Seacat

at the same time?

Sounds to me that Roger is primarily just the money and facility provider.

they are three separate companies all together.Dave East is part owner of Ameracat only.There is some bad blood with Roger and Dave and they will not ever work together any time soon.Steve and Scott Meitner coupled up with Dave and started Americat. Steve owns the property where its located outright.It is in the same town as TV but miles apart.

Twin Vee started back up in business under the Roger Dunshee founder and shareholder of company through its inception.Roger bought the rights and the holdings(The rest of the stock he did not own) of Twin Vee . Roger sparked a deal with SeaCat to sub contract build their boats for them at his facility.He did not buy that company from what I have been told the prior sub contractor only built 4 boats for them last year and gave up the contract.

Summary

Americat = Dave East, Steve & Scott Meitner
Ameracat corp paper (http://sunbiz.org/scripts/cordet.exe?action=DETFIL&inq_doc_number=P09000028496&inq_came_from=NAMFWD&cor_web_names_seq_number=0000&names_name_ind=N&names_cor_number=&names_name_seq=&names_name_ind=&names_comp_name=AMERACAT&names_filing_type=)

Twin Vee = Roger Dunshee
Twin Vee Corp Under Rogers wife Donna (http://sunbiz.org/scripts/cordet.exe?action=DETFIL&inq_doc_number=P09000097131&inq_came_from=NAMFWD&cor_web_names_seq_number=0000&names_name_ind=N&names_cor_number=&names_name_seq=&names_name_ind=&names_comp_name=TWINVEE&names_filing_type=)

SeaCat = Don Fiddler (built at Twin Vee facility under contract)``

Dunshee only has control of TV and the production of SeaCat. Americat stands alone and far away from him. I hope I cleared it up.

Bullshipper
02-16-2010, 05:51 PM
What confuses me is this 2005 interview where the reporter wrote in the 3rd paragraph that Dave was the pres of TV.

Is this a mistatement?

This is when the warranty probs at TV started as I remember.

http://www.twinveeboats.com/news140.htm

Is Dave now overseeing production of Ameracat?

Metalmelter
02-16-2010, 06:10 PM
What confuses me is this 2005 interview where the reporter wrote in the 3rd paragraph that Dave was the pres of TV.

Is this a mistatement?

This is when the warranty probs at TV started as I remember.

http://www.twinveeboats.com/news140.htm

Is Dave now overseeing production of Ameracat?


You are absolutely right!

Bullshipper
02-16-2010, 06:53 PM
You are absolutely right!

2005 is not 2010. Lets wait for current info from Renegade or other current customers if available, before jumping to an internet conclusion.

pjc
02-16-2010, 06:57 PM
Steve, Dave and Scott are actively overseeing day to day construction.

rhip
02-16-2010, 07:07 PM
Maybe this helps. I have a 2005 19 bay cat 140 zuk 500 hrs of use. no stress cracks.. great boat for the money!!

renagade69
02-16-2010, 08:10 PM
2005 is not 2010. Lets wait for current info from Renegade or other current customers if available, before jumping to an internet conclusion.

In 2005 Twin Vee had Scott Noble as CFO, Roger Dunshe, Steven Lux, Dave East, and Steven Giacona were also officers. This is on Sunbiz. Scott Noble ran the ship as acting CFO. Dave told me that bottom line was the only thing the Corporation had in mind.ROGER sold his commanding shares and was collecting a hefty rent check from Stonehedge.Soon no one could do anything or call any shots. There were too many people involved in the boat building business that only cared about corporate profit margins.Dave knew he had to start his own company to make these boats right.He knows people can enjoy an economical priced fishing machine that is trouble free.He had the design in his head but could not cut the red tape that Roger Dunshe and Stonehedge put in place.

Dave is glad he is able to focus in production of the Ameracat where he can actually apply his knowledge to the product.Ameracat has nothing to do with the fiasco at Twin Vee.There is a difference and the folks at Ameracat strive for the best without constraint. They are not interested in making a high volume of boats.Dave mentioned 40-50 per year. He wants to know his customers and shake their hands. Hope I cleared it up Bullshipper. Good Night

renagade69
02-16-2010, 08:15 PM
You are absolutely right!

Hi Roger. Sour Grapes buddy. seen a pix of your 26 at the MIBS and it squatted in the water so bad it looked like a monohull . You should think about lightening it up. The center console you introduced has no place to flush mount electronics. I hope you get it corrected.Take Care

Metalmelter
02-17-2010, 06:17 PM
Hi Roger. Sour Grapes buddy. seen a pix of your 26 at the MIBS and it squatted in the water so bad it looked like a monohull . You should think about lightening it up. The center console you introduced has no place to flush mount electronics. I hope you get it corrected.Take Care

Nope I am not Roger guess again.

capt.gene
02-17-2010, 06:37 PM
I bought a new 26' TV in May of 2001.
The boat served me well, but it would be a great stretch to say warranty coverage and customer support ever lived up to my expectations , or were ever part of the business plan after the investment company got involved with operations.
Cracks in the floor that ran around the inside edge of the cabin were refused warranty repair and described as a cosmetic gelcoat problem, not covered under warranty coverage. And repaired for only $2000 out of pocket expense.
A defective fuel sending unit couldn't be repaired even though it was under warranty because the deck prevented access.
I had more problems when i got the boat back than I had when i took it in, after towing the boat across the state and driving back a month later to retrieve it I discover the work hadn't been started yet, and they had only told me it was ready because they thought they could get it finished before I got there to pick it up!

I ordered the Ameracat to get away from some things I just didn't like about the TV. I'de be happy to make a list.

My ownership experience with Americat has been night and day different from what I experienced with Twin Vee.
Time will tell if they can maintain the level of support after the sale that they have currently, it sure seems the only bad press Dave,Steve and Scott get are from business competators and people in the peanut gallery who don't have any first hand experience with them.
They exceeded my expectations, and I have no concerns about them taking care of me if a problem surfaces..

renagade69
02-18-2010, 07:51 AM
Nope I am not Roger guess again.

I know. I wanted you to pass that on to Roger. You are Pat the tower welder.You have been using the Twin Vee facility to weld/construct towers the whole time the place has closed. You are in charge of production now at Twin Vee.I have no beef with you.People need to know you are a Twin Vee employee right now. You alleged fuel delivery issues in the Ameracat boat. You have been caught in an unethical act. :tht_rulez:

Marek
02-18-2010, 10:45 AM
I would like to hear from a few former Twin Vee dealers as to who they had more problems with . East or Dunshee ?

renagade69
02-18-2010, 12:39 PM
I would like to hear from a few former Twin Vee dealers as to who they had more problems with . East or Dunshee ?

Its a moot point. Twin Vee had problems.You should ask the question to the dealers if they had more problems with Stonehedge or Roger Dunshee .Thats a more accurate scenario.To try and single out Dave for the troubles that the corporation went through is unsubstantiated.Stonehedge had their own agenda.Stonehedge had their own leader CFO Scott Noble that answered to the shareholders and delegated day to day operations.

Its just sour grapes on TV.

Marek
02-18-2010, 12:44 PM
So who's idea was it for Twin vee to not warranty things and not pay dealers for doing warranty work on Twin vee boats ?

renagade69
02-18-2010, 01:47 PM
So who's idea was it for Twin vee to not warranty things and not pay dealers for doing warranty work on Twin vee boats ?


Twin Vee is open and answering calls. They should be held responsible for that question.They owe answers to their customers. Call them. I don't know.

Marek
02-18-2010, 03:46 PM
Not trying to bust your balls but you seem to have all the other answers. Some how I think you know the "hull truth "

Bullshipper
02-18-2010, 04:36 PM
I think we should let the guys at Americat proceed without more theoretical discussion.

A number of THT members have ordered hulls, and all seem happy so far, so lets take the pressure off and wait for 1st hand info.

If Americat can simplify and lighten the build, this and a lower price tag will benefit us all. Lets be supportive.

Marek
02-18-2010, 05:14 PM
I think there is alot of passing the buck between these guys and alot of finger pointing. I love my Twin Vee, but cant stand the fact that they wouldnt stand behind a product that they built. I wish them the best of luck and hope that they do as they say they will do and stand behind thier product. But would still like to know who was the one at the wheel at TV when things went down hill. I read that Roger Dunshee is saying he will back the warranty on Twin Vee boats, but he himself told me on the phone that he would not repair my boat , he said that if I brought it to him he would fix it "at cost" ! There are many small companies out there who will back thier own product and those are the ones who should be supported.

GCC
02-18-2010, 05:29 PM
I believe a 4x8" piece of Marine CDX costs around $12.

Coosa or airex is over $120.

Are you saying that you think Don Fielder and Dunshee are now partners?

Fielder is an excellent builder with a spotless rep, IMO.

Uhhhh..... 12.00 for a 4x8 sheet of marine plywood? Where did ya get that quote from? I believe its a tad bit low!

renagade69
02-18-2010, 06:42 PM
I think there is alot of passing the buck between these guys and alot of finger pointing. I love my Twin Vee, but cant stand the fact that they wouldnt stand behind a product that they built. I wish them the best of luck and hope that they do as they say they will do and stand behind thier product. But would still like to know who was the one at the wheel at TV when things went down hill. I read that Roger Dunshee is saying he will back the warranty on Twin Vee boats, but he himself told me on the phone that he would not repair my boat , he said that if I brought it to him he would fix it "at cost" ! There are many small companies out there who will back thier own product and those are the ones who should be supported.

What is wrong with the boat?I can find out what it needs and possibly help you.I am not in the boat business but have some connections.I was in your position and got my 2009 TV fixed.It took allot of research to figure out how to fix the boat without taking it apart.I ended up putting trim tabs on it.

seaholic
02-23-2010, 11:44 AM
Hello guys,

I am a Twin Vee original owner and am pretty disappointed about the warranty issue. I mean I really really love the boat but with this new issue just not sure whats next. I have a 03 Twin Vee Weekender that I bought brand new in 2005. It is powered by Twin Suzuki 140s and recently noticed a major crack on the top end of the transom right on the 90 degree corner. For now I just applied some caulking to prevent water from getting in (which I don't think has done much). Please does anyone know what I can do or what I should do. I know one of my buddies who had an 01 weekender that had the same exact issue and at that time he was able to take it in and had it repaired through the warranty. Am I screwed now????

Thanks

Richard Balta

renagade69
02-23-2010, 12:00 PM
The crack is created from the motor torque.You could get a 2'' x 2'' alum piece of angle and install it with 5200.I don't think the transom is compromised.Just the joint that connects the top cap.It should be looked at to make sure the transom is not soft. Roger from Twin Vee said he would fix the boat at cost. The cost he claims will surly be with profit.I don't believe the man has ever kept his word.I am no longer a fan of TV for this reason.If you PM me I will give you my phone number and give you some places you can get it fixed at

.I can't believe anyone would buy a boat from Twin Vee knowing they are not honoring thier warranties.They are making more lemon boats right now as I type.

middleofnowhere
02-23-2010, 12:33 PM
I don't want to get into the twin vee arguement, but I own one and am happy. My 2008 has the aluminum angle that "renegade69" mentions.
Here is a picture I just happened to have on my laptop, sorry it doesn't show the angle well.

When I bought my boat new, I read the warranty terms very carefully and researched twin vee here on THT. My partner and I decided that for the money we saved on the TV compared to other boats, we could pretty much afford to rebuild the whole hull. The warranty terms were very restrictive, especially for us located here on the left coast with the nearest dealers in San Diego and Seattle.

AmeraCat
02-23-2010, 01:12 PM
The cracks on the transom are going to require a structural repair. The motors will have to come off and the repair made. We have done several of them on boats traded in to us. If you take it to a local repair shop they can call us and we can explain the repair process.

Goood Luck,

Scott

renagade69
02-23-2010, 01:59 PM
The cracks on the transom are going to require a structural repair. The motors will have to come off and the repair made. We have done several of them on boats traded in to us. If you take it to a local repair shop they can call us and we can explain the repair process.

Goood Luck,

Scott

I stand corrected.

Where are my pictures? ;cool;



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