water skeeter pontoon

Discussion in 'Watercraft' started by artie, May 13, 2011.

  1. artie New Member

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    mexico ny
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    I am looking for some new bladders that i could put in a water skeeter pontoon . I understand that the company folded but other than not holding air the boat is in good shape .I have a new rampage with all the bell and whistleson the way but want this for my son to use bawling:
  2. Brad Niemeyer Old School Member

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    Woodinville, WA
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    Is patching the leaks not an option? I ride patched inner tubes all season long on my bike. "Scabs" is a good brand of instant patches
  3. artie New Member

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    mexico ny
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    I tried patching but its the welded seams that are giveing way.
  4. WABOWMAN Active Member

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    Port Townsend,WA
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    I saw some toons all by them selves on craigslist a week or two ago.
  5. veilside180sx Member

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    Hillsboro, OR
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    Just replace the toons with new ones from another company, that are a similar size
  6. Stewart Skunk Happens

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    I have a pair that are just taking up space. They're 8 footers. They haven't been inflated for a couple years because I bought some Scadden tubes that I am using instead. If you're interested, I can pump them up to make sure they still hold air.
  7. Fish Fungus Member

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    Check Bucks Bags out of Boise ID they will have what you need
  8. themaninthemoon Just waiting on warmer weather, .......

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    East Chicago, Indiana 46312
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    I bought a new set of Maxxon tubes last year & they are wonderful. They are sold here by a company called Evergoing. this is their web address & you can email them direct,

    Sales @ evergoing .us

    Very informative info & friendly service reps, as well as a decent price for some 14' tubes. Dual chambered, & tough as nails, I wouldn't want to get into a patch of thorns, but they handle most everything else quite well. A well made quality product, albeit they were each a little heavier than I had thought. which just adds to the toughness, & durability though.