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A few weeks ago a friend of mine was going idle speed on another ski and they tboned me very lightly. Pretty much basicly bumped into the side of my ski by the footwell above the rub rail and caused the gelcoat to spider. There is no fiberglass damage.

How should i go about getting this fixed and how much do you think it would cost???

I heard the black gelcoat will never match up. I went to my dealer and he said to go to a local body shop and to get it painted and clearcoated. Is that the right way to do it?
Any advise would help.
 

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You've got the nanocel hull. I'm not even sure there is any gelcoat on it. They paint the outer surface. If there is no surface damage, painting would be the best option. Matching paint is available from Colorite: Motorcycle Paint - ColorRite.

If you have to repair a crack, an epoxy based system should be used.
 

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You've got the nanocel hull. I'm not even sure there is any gelcoat on it. They paint the outer surface. If there is no surface damage, painting would be the best option. Matching paint is available from Colorite: Motorcycle Paint - ColorRite.

If you have to repair a crack, an epoxy based system should be used.
thanks.... from what i understood tho, i thought only the bottom was the nano
 
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