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Torn bow After going over a 6 foot waterfall on class III rapids, I hit a rock on impact and the black rubber landing strip on the nose of the keel was torn about 11 inches when the weight of my body forced the aluminum rib through the hull. Can I get another black bow peice and repair it myself with glue?

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Repair any cracks or damage to the hull with fiberglass repair kits, available at most hardware stores. Use an overlay prior to the fiberglass if the area is bigger than a quarter so you don't develop a soft spot.

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