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1997 202BR recomendations for repairs

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  • 1997 202BR recomendations for repairs

    Hey all,
    I posted some pictures of my diamond in the ruff the other day and would like to get y'alls opinions on different things like:
    • which epoxy to use on my dash, 3:1, 5:1, something else?
    • is there a stretchable vinyl that I can use to recover the dash and cooler plastic after epoxy repairs?
    • is it just regular upholstery foam glued to the hull that is covered by vinyl or a special foam?

  • #2
    2014 Malibu Wakesetter 23LSV with 450 HP LS3
    2004 Crownline 216 LS 350 Mag BIII "All Paws on Deck" - SOLD with 685 Hours on the clock!
    2012 RAM 3500 Laramie Longhorn
    2007 Lund 1660 Sport


    • #3
      Man, wish I could help, but I cant...…...……..
      MISS "B" HAVEN

      2007 Mastercraft X2, Indmar 350 MCX, 350 hp V-Drive (SOLD 8/12/16)

      Previous boat (1999-2011) : 1999 202BR Carbed 5.7, 250HP, Alpha 1, 17P Rev 4

      Tugger: 2014 Ram 1500 Crew, EcoDiesel


      • #4
        That's ok. I spoke to Total Boat and they told me to use Flex Epoxy and CSM. I'm going to try it when it warms up a bit and see how well it works. I'll post some results.


        • #5
          Another one for ya!

          2006 Crownline 180 BR
          4.3 L MerCruiser Alpha One 1.81
          Prestige trailer
          Platform by:
          19P Rev 4 SS Prop


          • #6
            Didn't get to see that one Mark, the owner took it down. Does anyone know if the interior vinyl has a color name? I think moonstone is the gel coat color but not sure about the white on the inside. Thinking about replacing the vinyl on the side of the hull. I'm in the process of locating some vinyl that will stretch over my dash once I have them epoxied up. will post pictures