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    Posted: 25 Aug 06 at 7:43pm
my feva has 2 cracks in the transom because it is one of the older hulls with the self draing channels not covered so there is a lot of load on them and a new hole has appeared near the rudder pintel plate. we have talked to RS and they said they couldn't mend it because they dont have anyone who knows how to do it. Does anyone know of anyone who does repairs on rotomoulded boats?
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Pierre Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 Aug 06 at 7:49pm
Sorry to hear that Mike.  I think that is very bad news all round ..... I'm amazed in fact. 

Might "Wet& Windy", being Topper dealers etc.. have some ideas?

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One simple solution - get a decent boat...
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Try Phil Scott just north of Birmingham. He's repaired Fevas before.

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Post Options Post Options   Quote mike ellis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Aug 06 at 7:40pm
thank you knightmare, i might need to get the feva fixed before i can sell it to "get a decent boat". pierre do you have any contact details for wet and windy (email, website phone number?) thank you paramedic, i'll phone him tomorrow/soon.
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Post Options Post Options   Quote mike ellis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 27 Aug 06 at 8:01pm
ah got contact details for wet and windy, i posted this in dinghy development too.
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Good job.  Hope it gets sorted.
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