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Old 04-19-2013, 07:36 PM
Burdhntr Burdhntr is offline
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Join Date: May 2012
Boat: 03 197TT 6.0 Cadillac LQ-9
Location: West Michigan
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Stark Raving Mad with Fear

Okay. It's snowing again here in Michigan and the new boat is in the drive. We've had 4" of rain here in the last 56 hours.

Well, I went to put a lightbulb in the engine compartment to be on the safe side, and when I pulled the cover, there was an inch and a half water in the back half of the boat. I could've sworn I'd pulled the plug, but that's obviously not the case. The bow was tipped up, so from the drivers seat forward it was "dry". I've got a master power switch that has been engaged the whole time.

So my question is this, what kind of damage can I expect from this? It's draining right now, but the damn thing is soaked. I've owned it two weeks now and am drinking strong and fast out of fear right now.
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