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Floor rot in Oday 22

So I bought a oday 22 on ebay, it was cheap so i'm not really concerned even if this is a huge problem but there is some serious rot under the fiberglass in the cabin. Is it wood under there? I just kind of want to talk this out...Is there anything I can do? You guys think it will slowly get worse? How do I find out if there is still water down there. I popped the white caps and pumped out some water but not that much, they don't seem to be refilling. Whats my situation here?
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You'll probably get more traction in "Gear and Maintenance".

Are you talking about the cabin sole? How do you know you've got rot? If, in fact you do, it won't get better on it's own and it will continue to rot.
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Find the leak, and why the floor rotted.

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