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Old 06-23-2003, 04:28 PM
Mean Mr Mustard
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Foaming pontoons?

Steelheader69,

Thinking about pontoon craft durability and secure flotation I was wondering if you knew of anyone who has filled his pontoon's bladders with foam (styrofoam in particular for it's abilty to form to shape)?

mmm
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