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Old 02-14-2017, 10:51 PM   #21
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Also the boat is 11 years old ...wharf not trying to be a jerk but I open a thread about people's opinions and experience with boat insurance
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Old 02-14-2017, 11:18 PM   #22
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Two transoms have fallen off I know of, one hull cap separated from the rest of the boat, center console just decided to come off on one and then this 'repair' job.

Quality operation as far as I can tell. Y'all keep buying them.
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Not an insured loss. They will decline any claim you make.
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Old 02-15-2017, 07:14 AM   #24
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Prior repair failure, insurance company will tell ya soooo sorry!

Did it actually do any more damage to the boat, or is it because of the "repair failure"? Kinda weird to have holes drilled in different areas of the boat.

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Old 02-15-2017, 07:44 AM   #25
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Buy the new hull for 8k and make the old one a snapper reef... Honestly your best solution.
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Chaising Tail, I don't know how familiar you are with PFF but I'm sure your probably starting to get the picture. Post like these generally leave a person scratching his watch and winding his ass. The responses will be a little truth, a little opinion, and more times than not, several smart ass remarks.

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Chaising Tail, I don't know how familiar you are with PFF but I'm sure your probably starting to get the picture. Post like these generally leave a person scratching his watch and winding his ass. The responses will be a little truth, a little opinion, and more times than not, several smart ass remarks.

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Old 02-15-2017, 08:26 AM   #28
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Chaising Tail";6956882] I took pictures and started to grind out the areas and found that six holes had been cut into the hull about 2 inches in diamater and some sort of round 2 inch pillars were attached to the inside and were patched over. I went to blazer and spoke with the owner and found out that shortly before I bought the boat blazer had done these repairs and patchwork I asked about a hull warranty and was told that the previous owner had the boat in rough water and that is why the repairs were done at blazer and since the boat was in rough water that there would be no warranty. [/QUOTE] I don't understand what does rough water have to do with anything ? I also don't understand why the holes can not be fiberglassed over and fixed. I do understand if a "plug" was put in to make additional support why it would eventually cause the hull to disform. I would seem the fix is to remove the "plugs" and refiberglass . What don't I understand?
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When I hit that buoy, I put a pretty good hole in my hull. They fixed it and it has been "waves" tested and is fine.
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I'm curious about this "rough water" that their boat isn't made to handle. This is starting to sound like another Epic thread.
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