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So I checked mine tonight and was unable to find any spider cracks on either side or anywhere around the windshield. I have 32 hours on the boat since Memorial Day in some choppy lake water. Hope this helps bud!I noticed some hair sized surface spider cracks on the very top of the hull, right near where the windshield is on the side. anyone else seen that?
I am asking what members are using to protect the back corners of their boats at the docks or when tying up. I haven't found a convenient way to stick a bumper there since the cleat sits a few inches above the water.I am not even sure what you are asking? Which leads me to believe I might be missing something here
I run three fenders, one around the tower, one off the middle cleat, and I added another cleat between the middle and bow cleat.I am asking what members are using to protect the back corners of their boats at the docks or when tying up. I haven't found a convenient way to stick a bumper there since the cleat sits a few inches above the water.