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Old 12-11-2019, 08:39 PM   #1
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Hello All,

So I know Iíve seen the posts on here before. But, I canít find them lol.

My Ď00 3000SCR is all out the water and winterized, I had the marina do it this year for time sakes.

But, my aft cabin floor is sagging/crunchy, and Iím pretty sure needs replaced, there was never and moisture on the carpet while in the water, but when I went to the boat today to put more damp rid in the cabin there were two wet spots on the carpet, I donít know if this was because one the of guys spilled something down there during winterizing or if itís something else.

1. Has anyone replaced there aft cabin subfloor

2. Any ideas where those two water spots may have came from.

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Old 12-13-2019, 03:13 PM   #2
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More than likely leaking in from above through anywhere there is a hole in the deck.

-Deck/Hull Seam
-rail stanchions
-cleats
-windshield
-etc

If the sole of the mid-cabin is soft, water has been wicking in. It is probably hitting the deck inside or behind one of the panels, and wicking through the plywood, not across the top and the carpeting.
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Old 12-13-2019, 06:32 PM   #3
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Does you A/C condensate have a sump or just drains into the bilge? If the latter itís common for this to rot the floor. Itís just a piece of plywood bonded to the inner hull with resin and maybe one layer of fiberglass.
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Yes, I have currently ripped out my carpet and flooring out of mine because it was rotted out....upon further observation water was coming in from both sides of the front and back side walls.....I am not sure how the front wall is leaking water inside this compartment but I got some expensive epoxy stuff and for the last 3 days no more water.....the back wall leads to the engine compartment there was a water leak in there that the previous owner didn't seal, after I used that expensive eposy stuff no more water....I am gonna wait a few more days before I seal it back up. I do have pictures of before and after if you like to see them.
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Hello,

Yes I would certainly like to see your pictures, the boat is out of the water and shrink wrapped for the winter time now, but when nice weather hits I want to get this all taken care of for the summer time.

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Text me at 3609600066 and I can send you pictures via messenger. I got some other questions regarding Maxum boat if you don't mind

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It would be great if you could share the discussion and project in the thread for benefit of everyone now and in the future. If you have problems uploading files, I'd be happy to assist.
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Here's my project. This will be first time doing a picture post....Hope my pictures attached to this....Anyways 1st picture you can see that the floor has a big wet spot...2nd picture I start to rip out carpet and can see water trapped under floor. 3rd picture there's all the water......cleaned it all out and then cleaned up the cut into the fiberglass some.....I bought heavy duty epoxy stuff which is a 2 container putty that the sales person said you can even apply underwater cause I didn't know if I can apply this stuff to a wet surface.....This stuff is amazing and worth the 70 bucks I paid for it. I will try to include a picture of it as well....I went ahead and patched some other spots I felt might cause any leaks down the road as well....it's been a few weeks now and 0 water (woot woot)
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Here's the stuff I used
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I have same problem with my 98 3000SCR. Boat is in the water, I'm going to start fixing mine in a couple of weeks. Thanks for the pics and info.
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