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Old 10-07-2015, 04:28 AM   #1
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Hi there. I am looking for 3 or 4 of the round plugs that plug off where the foam core holes are. If someone knows where I can find a few I would appreciate it. Thanks
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Sorry have no idea what you are refer to, what boat model/year, foam core of what, got a picture?
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2009 1800 SR3 the boat is a foam core and these are to plug the holes along the two sides if the boat - it would have been where the excess foam would have come out during construction

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I believe what you are referring to is floatation foam which is required by Law for this size of boat. Sorry not familiar with this boat however these holes can be glassed over and lots of builders do so.

Is there some type of flange or screw holes for the plugs? Not sure why anyone would remove them.
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Interesting. Do you have a pic?? I've seen MANY foam cored hulls. I don't ever remember seeing plugs in the hull. I wasn't aware the foam hulls were injected. I was under the impression they were sandwiched together.
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