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Old 07-10-2016, 02:17 PM   #1
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Wet Bay damage

]My 99 Sea Breeze blew a tire and it shredded the wet bay in the
compartment..Luckily the plumbing was spared any damage.

Iwill have to replace the inner plastic compete shell.Any ideas on locating one
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You might take measurements and call some of these salvage yards.

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If you are handy with fiberglass or know of someone who is, you could fabricate the missing sections out of fiberglass.
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If you are handy with fiberglass or know of someone who is, you could fabricate the missing sections out of fiberglass.
Boat repair shops would be a good first stop.

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Since the bay is plastic, a fiberglass guy is going to want to take everything out & start over - $$$$$! Find a plastics supplier (Yellow Pages) & take a piece of the plastic to them. They can match it & all you'll need is a heat gun to form it & some screws to mount the patch - eazy peazy!
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