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Keek guard

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I just wanted to know if anybody use Keel Guard to protect their bottom and bow of boat.
Are they worth it ? Do they last ? Do they come off after a while ?



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Yes, a Keel Guard is definately worth the small price you pay. I'm not sure how long they last, but I would bet it is at least a few years.
If you beach your boat at all, even on sand or mud, a Keel Guard will save the bottom of your boat from a lot of ugly, damaging scratches.
Hope this answers your questions.
Good luck!

Adam Johnson

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