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Air pressures for a sevylor colorado kcc335g

I have bought a sevylor colorado kcc335g inflatable canoe. Can someone tell me what the max air pressures are for the side and floor air chambers?
Thanks, Clive

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SOURCE: I have a cut 2-3in.

alrigth, for fast repair, i would use tuck tape( the red one) if you d'ont have anything else. you can also use an old bike tire tube, cut it open and take the piece you need to cover the entire cut and a little more. you want to use contact glue to make it work, to use the glue, put the glue on each pieces on the side you want to glue together. wait for about five minute(let it dry) in the meanwhile ,put the tube (the part that has the cut) on something flat, put the two covered glue surfaces together, put someting flat on top of it (just like a big sandwich) and put some wheigth on top of that, wait for 30 min and it should be repaired

Posted on May 19, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a Sevylor Tahitik

up front under the spray shield on the sides of the main side tubes, you will see them pump yhe floor first and that will open the sides to get at the valves. mine are black Boston valves ,

Posted on Jul 27, 2011

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