Cars & Vehicles Auto Parts & Maintenance & Repairs

Boat Hull Joint Repair

    • 1). Remove the end caps from your boat's rub rail with a screwdriver. Remove the rubber pad from the boat's aluminum rub rail mount by sliding it out of the end of its aluminum mount.

    • 2). Remove the screws that hold the rub rail mount in place. Remove the mount and set it aside.

    • 3). Clean out the dirt and foreign material from the joint between the hull and deck with a plastic scrubbing pad. Smear sealant into the joint with your hand or a putty knife.

    • 4). Replace the rub rail on the side of the boat. Drill additional holes in the rub rail mount, halfway between each pair of screws that hold the mount in place.

    • 5). Insert an additional screw into the newly drilled holes to make the deck joint tight. Return the rubber pad to the rub rail and replace the end caps.

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