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  1. gh
    I am assuming that you have to pencil in pretty hard to do this to a boat. Correct?
  2. Cinnamonster
    yeah were not sure exactly what happened but it ran most of vallecito completely filled with water then wrapped on a rock at the end for a good day and a half.
  3. gh
    looks like it split right on the seam. never seen that before.
  4. Cinnamonster
    yeah thats the second salto ive seen do that this year
  5. Ture
    Originally Posted by Cinnamonster
    yeah thats the second salto ive seen do that this year
    It recently happened to a Salto belonging to a buddy of mine. What do they do, weld two halves together?
  6. gh
    that would be an interesting thing to find out. it certainly looks that is the process.
  7. ChrisL
    Thats what happens when your boat spends the night in Vallecito. How is mines?
  8. mtthumper
    I highly suggest calling/emailing the company. Somewhat separately I had a K2 Zeppelin (snowboard) wrapped it around a tree and caused the whole board to crack in half. I called K2 and they replaced it for free with next years model even though it was my fault, they called it a design defect.

    Back to the OP.. daymn.... I would prolly have felt better had I lost it, then found it busted at the seams.

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