1. Winner bassboat
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    Winner bassboat New Member

    I have a 1988 winner bass boat and the head of the lower bolts that go threw the transom and threw the jackplate are trying to pull threw the fiberglass, any ideas.
     
  2. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    See the outboard thread . . .
     
  3. northrivergeek
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    northrivergeek Resin Sniffer

    See out board thread ? What kind of answer is that ? the guy obviously has/ or had a rotten transom since this was almost a year ago.
    Bolts pulling through fiberglass mean the wood core is rotten, and is in need of new transom
     

  4. PAR
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    PAR Yacht Designer/Builder

    Rather then assume I'm just a wise ***, wouldn't it be possible I'd already addressed the poster's question, in . . . wait for it . . .the outboard thread, started by the same poster?
     
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