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Subject: Water Ingress - 813


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Rob Hollingworth
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Date Posted: 20:01:31 22/02/2013 Fri

Another lesson learned. We left our 813 in the water this year - engine, water etc winterised + tubular heaters in engine bay so hopefully everything will be ok. Problem is water ingress via the canopy has done some significant damage to the varnish. We didn't use a tarpauline cover this year. The sides and helm contours of the 813 seem to encourage water ingress especially when rain driven. Anyone else had this experience?

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Re: Water Ingress - 813Dennis Taylor19:24:42 27/02/2013 Wed


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