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We're excited to announce the launch of our NEW Fiberglass & Epoxy Boat Repair & Building section on iboats.com! See more details!

This new area was created specifically to meet the needs of those of you who participate in the iboats Boat Restoration, Building, and Hull Repair forum. To kick off the launch, we are giving away free product in every order over $100 as follows:

Spend $100-149: Get a free paint suit (Large only)
Spend $150-199: Get a free sandpaper finish pack & paint suit (Large only)
Spend $200-249: Get a free catalyst dispenser
Spend $250-299: Get a free Sufasolve hand wipes
Spend $300-349: Get a free Aqua Blue buffing compound (quart)
Spend $350-399: Get a free small tint kit
Spend $400+: Get a free Preval sprayer

To qualify for the free products, select any Fiberlay, Spectrum Fiberglass, System Three, or Gibco product.

Also, we have discounted our already low prices by another 5-15%. Stay tuned as we will be giving away 3 $100 iboats gift certificates from May to June to be used on the new fiberglass and epoxy products.

To view the new Fiberglass & Epoxy Boat Repair & Building, go to our Fiberglass section.
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  • 1974 FLEETCRAFT FLOOR??????

    hi guys,i was just give a 1974 19ft. fleetcraft with trailer. does anyone know this history behind the fleetcraft boats? i really cannot find anything about them. i have to replace the floor. its mush..do u thing i need to check transom it still has a 135 hp on it and seems strong to me? any ideas where to start since im new to this..

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    Re: 1974 FLEETCRAFT FLOOR??????

    yes, once the floor is out you need to go a tappin on everything wood to make sure its OK. nothin worse than rippin yopur work back out to fix something else.
    '71 Seaking resto http://forums.iboats.com/boat-restor...ion-62912.html


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      Re: 1974 FLEETCRAFT FLOOR??????

      Hi wisker, I had 1974 19' dual console for 13 years. I had to do plenty of floor repairs (soft) and had the transom backed up with 1/8" stainless sheet, (lots of flex). If i remember correctly they were built by the Flotilla Corp in N.J. I to this day have not seen another fleetcraft, they must not have made too many. Mine had a 1979 85HP evinrude that was bulletproof but underpowered, let me know how the project is going or if you have any other questions


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