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Metal boats #13901736 02/25/21 04:12 PM
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Guys, I’ve noticed during extreme temperature swings, my Ranger RT188 sweats inside the storage compartments. This is the first aluminum boat I’ve ever owned besides open jon boats so I’m unfamiliar with a remedy if there is one. What say the guys that have metal boats ?

Re: Metal boats [Re: Drycreek3189] #13902210 02/25/21 10:01 PM
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With aluminum the moisture inside the compartment will freeze, then thaw. Happens to me as well. Before covering the boat in winter, I open the compartment doors.


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