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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyrat
    All the boxed in seats are filled with foam.


    Nope. We already say what happens with foam. Can't trust that. Better put an inner tube in the seats.


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    Hey all, just a thought. Something I saw on Pinterest a coupla weeks ago. Guy made kayaks out of and I saw in the stuff outriggers on a canoe, out of the blue poly foam insulation you get at Lowe's/home Depot. You'll have to look up specifics if interested but basically, cut out our pieces, glue them together with gorilla glue and drywall screws. Skin/glue them with old bedsheets and paint. Guy in the article swore by them. I don't know.

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    Not too long ago some guy was swearing about foam in tires. Oh, wait. That was a different kind of swearing. Never mind.

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    Most of the okefenokee is canoe and kayak only. No motors. Some of the channels are only three feet wide.

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