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1 hour ago, Island Time said:

Bostic - get it from the glue guru in wairau rd...

Works great. but as above, once one seam goes, the whole lot is suspect :-(

and very difficult to get a good bond to weathered surfaces

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Thanks all especially Luigi.That's nice !. Unfortunately it seems you misunderstood. It's the wooden transom that's come away from the rubberised / PVC insert frame.The dinghy itself is in primo condition and what's happened is a glue failure. Thx IT.

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1 hour ago, armchairadmiral said:

Thanks all especially Luigi.That's nice !. Unfortunately it seems you misunderstood. It's the wooden transom that's come away from the rubberised / PVC insert frame.The dinghy itself is in primo condition and what's happened is a glue failure. Thx IT.

Did exact same repair and it worked . Used the bostic with a special additive . Made sure transom was dry and sanded it back to fresh wood then sealed with epoxy . Use MEK to clean off old glue . Use care with MEK or you will end up growing a 3rd testicle ....or worse 

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