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  • Transum needs repair

    My 1987 22' Angler walkaround cuddie has a crack going down the transum right where the motor bolts on and also where the trolling motor goes the glass is pulling apart and I can see rotted wood. Can anyone help with the repair procedure it has a Johnson 235hp outboard which is quite heavy. I really like this boat (great fisher) and would like to save her.

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    Re: Transum needs repair

    unless you have the know how,i would not screw around with replacing the transom.there is a lot of weight and torque on the transom.take to a pro and get it done right.good luck

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      Re: Transum needs repair

      Last week I rebuilt the transom in my 1994 204 Angler using Seacast and am really pleased with the results. Seacast has a good instructional site with a video, though it looks easier than it is. It took a lot of prepwork and planning along with 15 Gallons of Seacast ($700). Also my stringers were in good shape, so I didn't have to deal with that.

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