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    R200 Deck issue

    Do you think this is something that I should have done or is it something that would be fine ignoring for now?
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    R200 Deck issue

    I have a pic as a reference to the area I'm talking about. There's a hard raised bump in the deck around this fastener https://photos.app.goo.gl/RU9ZVERY4NoGnuoK7
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    R200 Deck issue

    Hello, New to boat ownership and had a question about my 2015 r200. On the port side where the leaning post is attached with hardware to the deck, it seems like there is a raised bump around the hardware connecting them in the deck. It's not visible so I can't provide a picture but can feel the bump in the deck around the hardware when I run my hand or foot across the deck in this area. I am concerned because of the 4 places the leaning post is fastened to the deck, I can only feel the raised bump around just one of the fasteners. Is this a sign of a structural problem or leak around that piece of hardware? Thanks, Joe
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    R200 Stress Cracks

    Thank you!
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    R200 Stress Cracks

    Thank you!
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    R200 Stress Cracks

    Hi Everyone, I have a used 2015 R200 and just noticed stress cracks on the bottom of the hull next to one of the strakes that sits along the side of one of my trailer bunks. They are very faint and it looks as though someone took a very light pencil and drew little parallel lines along the side of the strake. I have a couple of pictures below. You cant really even feel them when you scrape your nail against the side of them because they are so light. My questions are: Is this something that needs to be addressed? I've heard stress marks in gelcoat are common and usually are no big deal? If it does not to be addressed, what is the best fix for this? Thanks!
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    GPS Screen Size

    Hi Everyone, I recently purchased a used 2015 Robalo R200 with no electronics except for trim tabs. Looking into getting a GPS, Chartplotter, Fish Finder, Depth Finder combo. Any recommendations on what size screen would work best on this size of a boat? Also, any recommendations with best bang for your buck GPS? Thanks!
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    Gelcoat question

    I just bought a used 2015 r200 and was cleaning it underneath the boat for the first time this morning. I found something I hadn't seen before. It looks like one of the ridges in the hull has gotten scuffed up over time on the bunks of the trailer. It's still hard as a rock and I can't feel any strains of fiberglass but it's almost as though the paint was taken right off. I have a pic below. Is this something that needs to be repaired right away? https://photos.app.goo.gl/exxDC9PwpCosi9qP8
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    Gelcoat question

    I just bought a used 2015 r200 and was cleaning it underneath the boat for the first time this morning. I found something I hadn't seen before. It looks like one of the ridges in the hull has gotten scuffed up over time on the bunks of the trailer. It's still hard as a rock and I can't feel any strains of fiberglass but it's almost as though the paint was taken right off. I have a pic below. Is this something that needs to be repaired right away? https://photos.app.goo.gl/exxDC9PwpCosi9qP8
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    R200 Water in Head Area

    The hole under the step of the head looks like it was damaged and punched out more than intended. I wish I noticed it before buying the boat from the previous owner but it is in a location that was very easy to overlook. I am attaching a picture for reference. Does this need to be repaired right away or is it ok to continue using the boat with this larger hole? https://photos.app.goo.gl/VxKgKAKDCundDzjVA
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    R200 Water in Head Area

    I just bought a used 2015 R200 that looked almost brand new and has less than 130 hours on it. I noticed quite a bit of water in the head area each time I bring it back/wash it down. After inspecting the area as much as possible I noticed a hole in the head area right underneath the one step that allows you to walk down into it. Is this hole allowing water to drain from other parts of the boat into the head area? Want to make sure that hole is supposed to be there and isn't damage to the boat from previous owner.
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