Baller Wish Posted January 24, 2014 Baller Share Posted January 24, 2014 So I had to put my boat on the neighbors lift for a bit of time. My lift has a cradle. His uses straps to lift the boat. I kinda figured that would put the squeeze on the rub rail so cut a foam boat guide in half and placed it between hull and strap near the rub rail. This did keep the strap off the rub rail...for a while. Then the weight crushed the boat guide over time and eventually smashed in 3" of the rub rail but mostly the front strap so near the windshield. Is there any way to reform the rub rail back to it's original position?? Heat gun perhaps? It's a 1997 SN so the rub rail is 2 piece black rubber and does stick out a ways from the hull. Really bummed that it happened. Any thoughts?? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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