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Replacement boat transom material.

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Brand new waterproof boat transom replacement and reinforcement.

Made of waterproof resin, use when replacing your transom wood. Guaranteed not to rot or hold water again for the life of your boat.

This is what all the manufacturers are switching to instead of marine wood which rots after few years causing many problems.

Measures 75" wide x 18" total height (13" motor height) x 1 3/4" thick, can be cut to any size.

Remember when replacing your transom with this unit you don't need to reach bottom of hull, last 4 to 6 inches are empty to leave room for pumps, etc.

$ 50.00 each

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These are going fast at twice the price, I would suggest who wants to fix his boat to get one now, when they are sold, they are gone.

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Still few left !!!!

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BUMP !!!

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I still have these !!!

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i am interested, can u contact me asap, terrence_mj@yahoo.com

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still have some??

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anyone know where i can get these or the name of that material?

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In Valv's posts his 'email' is there, click and use it to get ahold of him. He is south of the cities.

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