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Hey all -

Starting to plan out some work I'm planning on doing on my Maverick. I need to address some deep gouges in the gel coat - some that go straight to the glass. Anyone have a good recommendation near Greenville?
 

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Out of curiosity are the gouges on the the bow keel?
If so an alternative would be to fill with thickened epoxy and install a keelshield over it.

That could solve 2 problems with one shot. Seals the damage and protects it from further damage.

Just a thought if that is where your damage is.
 

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Sundrop - thanks for the tip - I'll look into him. Appreciate the disclaimer!

Drumrunner - first of all, really cool screen name. :) The gouges are pretty much all over. She's a 30 year old maverick and 30 years of shallow waters, oyster bars, and trailering have left their mark. I'd like to get her looking new again, so this is as much about form as function. The keel guard is a good recommendation and she already has one, but it's coming off. I'll be replacing that soon too!
 

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Hey all -

Starting to plan out some work I'm planning on doing on my Maverick. I need to address some deep gouges in the gel coat - some that go straight to the glass. Anyone have a good recommendation near Greenville?
I just send you a PM with info on a repair shop I used many years ago and was extemely pleased with their work and how well the work has held up for over 15 yrs.

Good luck with your project.

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