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Old 15-02-2015, 10:23   #1
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rudder foam

these rudders need to be sealed, also lots of blisters... how would you proceed?
Is there a pourable closed cell foam product that WONT take water? Cant I just foam them up to the water line? Should I NOT fill with foam?

They are from a Prout Quest catamaran, no steel inside!

I opened one up
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