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It was a semi rhetorical/semi sarcastic question....
The way this thread is going it just drives the paranoia scale off the meter...
Don't drill holes in your rudder, that's a bad thing...but if you do and find water (which you probably will) that's a bad thing...how much water is too much, it's all a bad thing...don't matter if it's steel, stainless steel or unobtanium it's all gonna rust and crack off and thats a bad thing...only way to repair it is total disection, reassembly and recovering, and thats a bad thing (project)....sailing around with a rudder that no one can tell you when it's gonna fall off unless you totally disect it...bad thing...and if you don't do anything , it'll freeze and crack and fall off...and that would be a bad thing too..!!
So might as well bite the bullet and replace it every couple years to be safe and that's a bad thing too $$$
Stuff like this can drive a guy to take up Golf...and that would be a bad thing...(if you ever saw me "play")
"Might as well take 'er out...If anything is gonna happen...It's gonna happen out there..."
Last edited by Squidd; 01-23-2012 at 10:04 AM.
Reason: forgot about the freezing