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  • #31
    Hmmm!

    Hello!

    I'm new to this forum!

    That is a tough question.

    I guess it would have to be a tie between the ss plate of a friend of mine's upper dental partial and a badly leaking crack in 50' aluminum diving boat's hull while it was in the water. The only way to keep the crack dry was to bring the boat up to almost full speed to create a negative pressure outside the hull's crack. There were lots of waves that day!:


    Cheers!

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Bubblemaker View Post
      Hello!

      I'm new to this forum!

      That is a tough question.

      I guess it would have to be a tie between the ss plate of a friend of mine's upper dental partial and a badly leaking crack in 50' aluminum diving boat's hull while it was in the water. The only way to keep the crack dry was to bring the boat up to almost full speed to create a negative pressure outside the hull's crack. There were lots of waves that day!:


      Cheers!

      I like that last one...that is truly thinking out of the box!!
      What did you use to do it??

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      • #33
        Hmmm!

        Hello again!

        The Captain of the boat had a millermatic 135 with I believe...a spoolmate 3035 and was using an SGA 100 control box!

        It actually worked quite well. He uses it to do regular maintenance on the boat...but not ususally under those rough circumstances! It was pretty tight in there under the berth.

        Cheers!

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