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Old 06-29-2019, 10:03 PM   #1
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Default Old town canoe repair

Hi looking for a place near Moultonborough that can repair a 17 fiberglass old town balsa floor canoe that needs new gunnels and seats was kept on a communal dock rack and abused by others that wanted the rack space. Very nice canoe but a lot of damage from being tossed around. Thanks in advance for any ideas.
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Old 06-30-2019, 07:31 AM   #2
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www.rangercanoe.com in Ashland, on Little Squam Lake makes super high quality, light weight canoes, making them one at a time ......... so's he could throw a real good quality fix on it

You know for $250-400, you can find a used Grumman aluminum canoe in craigslist that is very strong, durable, and a great paddle ....while a new Grumman 17' costs $1650 at www.marathonboat.com/grummancanoes.asp ..... plus, painting it bright blue, green, red or something with a gray interior makes it look like a stylized 21st century canoe .......

........ GRUMMAN ALUMINUM ......the canoe that fought & won World War II......

..... a Grumman is f-o-r-e-v-e-r ..... just go to craigslist and do a search for Grumman.... so many Grumman for sale
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