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Old 04-21-2013   #11
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The issue is the moisture in the concrete rotting the rubber. Most manufactures suggest you don't store your boat on bare concrete. I am skeptical on how quickly the effects on storing on concrete would be seen, but why take the chance. It is easy enough to store on a blue tarp or any of the other suggestions made. I store my boat rolled, but when I do set it up in the garage to dry out after a trip I set it on milk crates.

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Old 04-21-2013   #12
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Hay thanks for all the tips . I plan on putting carpet under the 20ft and stacking all the rest on top . Thanks again I do like the buzz

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