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Old 07-20-2010, 07:01 AM
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Wondering if anyone has any insights on a 92' Whaler Guardian (essentially an Outrage in commercial spec) in terms of a floor being soft? Seller claims former owner did not regularly pull the plug to drain the hull and hence damage to the ply coring. I guess pulling the floor and recoring is a good winter task but I also question water intrusion into other areas that are either foam encapsulated or in hard to reach locations. Does anyone have any insight into fixing the coring and other wood structural areas? Should I run from this deal?

Any help would be appreciated. Also the boat has a 92' Johnson 150. Is this the right power configuration for this hull? Thanks.
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Thanks.Appreciate the suggestion.
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And be certain you are gramatically correct using spellcheck.
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It's always useful to be grammatically (note the different spelling) correct and use spell check on CW and other sites. But, don't worry too much, the CW site owner/moderator will give you a hand if you need it. ;=)

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