one on the shockcord end screws on the front hatch of my Adventure. Looks like the threading process at factory cut completely through the side wall and it leaks like a sieve.
Thanks Yak! Having never used DP8010 I was just curious if there was a max thickness or if it was ok to simply fill the PVC cap up with it. You are the MAN!! What a great idea. I was not looking forward to trying to get my welder in there
How did your repairs turn out? Have they lasted?
I got the DP8010NS finally, and 3/4" caps and sandpaper
I'm about to do the same repair on my 2009 Outback, 2 spots, the bungie attachment point in front of the bow hatch by the webbing strap on the kayak, and the bungie attachment under the hatch itself near the sail mount.
I was going to haul the kayak on my trailer many many miles to a dealer who said bring it in, but
I have it rigged and didn't want to start over rigging a new hull, so I procrastinated until the warranty ran out, but I think I'll fix it myself and just order a hatch liner, Scotty flag and light (to supplement my current flag/light system) and the large sail rudder with the gas money saved.... if the repairs with the PVC and DP8010NS holds up, and since a hatch fitting has less stress than a seat peg fitting, I'm amusing it should, but thought I'd ask.
I'll go ahead and fix mine, and post how it goes some future date..looks like it might rain now, so ...
Just got back from the hardware store, the 2 wooden dowels to make your own applicator/dispenser are:
1/4"Roadrunner's photo with comparable productviewtopic.php?f=71&t=33359&p=134482&hilit=scotchweld+mix#p134482