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Old 03-17-2016, 03:00 PM   #1
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Bath tub cracked

I have a '91 South wind and the bath tub floor is cracked at the supports underneath. Does anyone know how to repair this so the shower can be used again?
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I have a '91 South wind and the bath tub floor is cracked at the supports underneath. Does anyone know how to repair this so the shower can be used again?
making a quality looking repair would be difficult. If you are just looking to use it, then a fiberglass repair kit should do the trick. Walmart sells a Bondo brand I believe. Bondo Fiberglass Resin Repair Kit, 1/2 Pint - Walmart.com
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As Deano56 mentioned, That will work, I did mine with the fiberglass repair kit, I also pulled the side panel (if it has one) off and epoxied the bottom, sand it smooth, and paint it with lower bottom marine paint, it comes in colors. either way even replacing the tub, You have your work cut out for you. Good luck.
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