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2300HPS CRACKED HULL

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  • 2300 HPS CRACKED HULL

I was up under my 2012 2300 HPS cleaning the hull and noticed a 20" crack with chips missing in the gelcoat. It does not look like it was caused by hitting something. I had heard that the early model Pathfinders were having trouble with the fiberglass delaminating splitting. Has anyone ever had this happen to them or herd of this?

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From what I gather from other members experience, if you plan to file a claim with insurance you should know what happen..........

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On 6/29/2018 at 3:43 PM, Red Zone said:
  • 2300 HPS CRACKED HULL

I was up under my 2012 2300 HPS cleaning the hull and noticed a 20" crack with chips missing in the gelcoat. It does not look like it was caused by hitting something. I had heard that the early model Pathfinders were having trouble with the fiberglass delaminating splitting. Has anyone ever had this happen to them or herd of this?

get pics and contact the factory....this will not be solved on the forum...

 

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If you can get some pictures sent here to Ray Ayres in Service, rayres@maverickboatgroup.com, make sure to include your hull ID# please.

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Ray at the factory was my first call when I noticed the trouble and he didn't hesitate an offer to have the crew look at the trouble.

After having the area looked at here locally the decision was made to move forward with a repair of the gelcoat and monitor it from there. 

Wantaflatsfish I question the reason behind your comment? This is exactly what this forum is about. But thanks for your input.

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^dont take it personal. low post count, no pics and the fact that you didnt respond for several days probably seemed like a troll attempt.  However, glad you made contact and are having the issue resolved

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