bought a boat for the reservoirs and after 3 months I found a larger boat and moved all the motors etc .... to the new boat and sold the old one. It was an older Alumacraft Pro 17 Bass Boat. Long story short the buyer put a 25 HP motor on the back and then found out there was a leak coming fron an old repair that was breaking apart but nobody saw it because it was under the bunk board.While I had it on the reservoirs with 700 pounds of batteries I never had one drop of water come in, makes me wonder a little bit. I feel bad that this has happened even though I didn't create the damage, didn't do the repair and wasn't told about the damage but want to help the buyers as much as I can.The hard part is they got me to come down $600 on my asking price and the asking price was pretty fair being it was a nice trailer, boat with newish decking,console was redone with new electronics for the lights, bilge, livewells and accessories, had FF's and a front trolling motor. All that was needed was the rear outboard. I hope to find someone who can carefully put a nice sturdy patch over the area without having to remove the deck and floatation. Any thoughts or sugestions. They live near the conowingo so closer would be better. Thanks in advance.
SEA HUNT BX-22 CC
I had leak in my 14' starcraft had 2 rivets popped they make a allumunum wielding rod you clean and heat the spot and apply rod it works great i got it at a woodworking show