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Old 07-03-2013, 11:14 AM
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Originally Posted by kenps190 View Post
Spoke to my claims adjuster today. Have appointment at a dealer for the engine on Monday after the 4th. Trying to decide if I have the dealer do the fiberglass repair. The adjuster highly suggested a shop in Tulsa for the glass repair that specializes in boat and RV fiberglass repair.

What do you guys think?
Most retail boat shops, farm-out fiberglass repair.

Fixing the glass isn't that hard, matching existing gelcoat is.

Not that far of a drive from OKC to Tulsa. Tulsa kinda cool. Sooner (pun intended) you get the boat to the 'glassser, sooner it will get into work schedule. Probably looking at a 2 week turn around, once work is started.

Water inlet is very close to underwater gear, recommend checking strut/shaft,etc.

Sorry for your pain.
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