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Storing the new kayak #12718820
04/16/18 06:54 PM
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I've read that I really shouldn't store my kayak flat on the ground because it can cause it to warp. I have the Bonafide SS127 and it has a relativity flat bottom. Would this apply to it? I just don't see how the already flat bottom would warp from it laying flat on the ground. Should i get some pool noodles and prop it up on its side against the wall or something until I can afford a more permanent storage option? Just making sure I don't mess the thing up before I even get out on the water.

Re: Storing the new kayak [Re: Mofishin1990] #12718837
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What does the manufacturer say?


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Nothing yet. Sent them an email but figured I'd ask around the forum for some knowledge.

Re: Storing the new kayak [Re: Mofishin1990] #12719467
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So Drew Steele with Bonafide told me that storing the boat flat is not a bad idea because the bottom is already flat. It's not going to hurt it.

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