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    Or then again, not. It all looked good until I tried to open the photos after posting. I dunno what I'm missing. A brain most likely.
    1994 Tracker Party Cruiser
    115 hp Merc, 2 stroke

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    Try this one:

    https://imgbb.com/

    Pick the image you want from your computer and upload it. Pick "BBCode fully linked" from the "embed codes" drop down box. Copy the code and then paste the code in your post.
    Rick

    St. Louis/Lake of the Ozarks

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    If those went through they are photos 1-4. I'' reply again to add the remaining pix.
    1994 Tracker Party Cruiser
    115 hp Merc, 2 stroke

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    I'll be go to hell, I have finally uploaded photos here. Here are the rest:





    I put a lot of time into repairing my toons. The cost of replacement logs was prohibitive. I found ones close to my size for a bit over $7,000 per, + shipping. From across the Pacific northwest. Or, Great Lakes Skipper had some shorter ones which I would have had to order 4, cut them in half & weld them into 2 long ones for a bit over $2k/pair.
    1994 Tracker Party Cruiser
    115 hp Merc, 2 stroke

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    You sure did put alot of hard work into it. Lookin' good!! If at some point you need something more, this product has been around a long time and has proven to work well.

    http://marinetex.com/products/marine...oducts/gluvit/

    About $100.00 (Gallon) would cover the toons to the water line.
    Rick

    St. Louis/Lake of the Ozarks

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