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Old 08-18-2007   #1
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Boat Problems

I have a Liquid Logic Airhead that i Have only paddled in the river about five times and lately Ive noticed that the foam pillar in the front pulls out or is offset in the groove after i get out. I dont know if this is a common problem for these boats but I was wondering if it happens to any of you guys (or girls) and if there are any solutions or ideas to fix it
Let me know if you have any ideas they all will be apreciated

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Old 08-20-2007   #2
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duck tape and twine

use duck tape and twine

lets hit the river tonight
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Old 08-21-2007   #3
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thanks for the help but i dont know what to do with the duct tape and twine.
Sorry i read this thread way after you sent your invitation to me
I dont know if you know but do you know when the river is supposed to drop?
Id like to get out there again but school f-n sucks and is taking up all my time
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