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Aluminum Boat Transom Leak #14150278 10/04/21 05:34 PM
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I have a 1995 Lowe Aluminum riveted boat that has a small leak below the transom where the back panel meets the bottom of the hull. I am curious if an aluminum welder might be able to place a bead along the seam to fix the leak and prevent any future leaks. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Re: Aluminum Boat Transom Leak [Re: nanboban25] #14150904 10/05/21 02:15 AM
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A good welder can indeed fix it.


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Re: Aluminum Boat Transom Leak [Re: nanboban25] #14151003 10/05/21 05:27 AM
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Yes that can be fixed. I had a crack on the front of mine [Linked Image]
Cost me 75$ to get it welded [Linked Image]
His welds are better than the factory welds [Linked Image]
Good luck finding a good aluminum welder


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Re: Aluminum Boat Transom Leak [Re: nanboban25] #14151193 10/05/21 02:02 PM
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Magill's in Lewisville can fix you up


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