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hi all trying to keep our Hayter osprey 21 on the road the deck is starting to hole badly i have repaired where i can , just worried that im covering old problems what do you think

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Should we be seeing an image or two?

Most Ospreys and 21s are showing their age.  Rather than welding cracks and patching it’s better to spend some time making some repair sections , particularly to support the front wheels and spread the loading back across some good metal. If the rot is in the vicinity of the blade boss mounting,  that’s a bit more serious as there needs to be enough strength to keep the belt in tension.

 

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hi its intact just holes so i thought putting longer sections in to give it some strength the pictures are before and after 

 

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