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Subject: Trapper 500 - Rudder


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Ed Bowness
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Date Posted: 22/05/06 20:02:03

This issue has probably come up before. Soon after launching 'Florence' this year a crack appeared along the line of the seam in the top edge of the rudder. A very small hairline crack had been apparent (I think) before but this is now suddenly very visible, perhaps 0.5-1mm wide and 150mm long, towards the trailing edge. I would appreciate hearing how other T500 owners have tackled this problem. I'll monitor it and I'm hoping that this can wait until next winter for any remedial measures (ie draining and repairing). Is this being complacent or are more urgent and more radical measures called for?

Ed Bowness

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