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Old 01-31-2018, 10:39 AM
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i sold my weldbilt. the registration expires next month. the new owner is having an issue registering . the hull # starts with a CM. i had it registered for the last 6 yrs. i told him it shouldnt be a major issue. have dnr check it. should be like a homebuilt boat. the number is welded on. anyon ever encounter this?
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When I first registered my used MonArk boat the DNR didn't like the HIN (it started with MAK) and they rejected it. It didn't match their handy dandy US Coast Guard HIN manual that said a boat should start with two letters assigned the manufacturer. The boat had previously been registered in GA, but the orig owner had let it lapse. I sent them a photo of the riveted HIN to prove it was the original HIN. They then accepted my registration.
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