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Voyager Repair

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After 5-6 years of dragging the porty around the bottom was in tough shape. There were two small cracks and lots of wear and tear. I ordered the runner kit from Clam and found a scrap of 1/8th plastic at a supply company in Fargo.After a little time in the garage the old Voyager has runners and a new bottom.Should be good to go for a few more years.

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Looks good..nice solution, that will pull nice.

If you did not epoxy the top front lip..maybe consider a bead of silicon sealer to keep ice and snow from slipping in under the sheet. That way it can not expand and feasibly crack it from pressure between the sheet and the tub...just a thought.

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Looks very good and should last.

Thats why I always place hyfax on my tubs when they are new. Very little cost and they save the tub.

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