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You got a 14' seet steel boat? Usually you see 'em made out of riveted aluminum. Fiberglass works a lot better. Mercer don't ring a bell, but if that boat is as old as you say it is probably rusted so many places it looks more like Swiss cheese than a boat. No way to fix that. Sorry.