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tanglemaster

any one got tips on patching a pontoon float

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i bought a pontoon for 400 bucks and it leans to one side after about an hour. anyone have any bright ideas to patch these holes

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Where is it leaking?

Plumbers epoxy (two syringes)

JB weld?

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THERE IS A PRODUCT CALLED AQUANEWDOUGH MOST AQUARIUM STORES CARRY IT WORKS UNDERWATER OR TRY TO GOOGLE IT

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tanglemaster,

First off welcome to FM, there is a great group of people here.

You may want to post this in the Equipment-Expert Information forum.

You should get some more ideas on fixing that float.

The dough does work.

Sifty

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thanks guys i will give it a shot someone told me a fiberglass kit???????

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