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If there is a seam and sealant then the answer is yes, if the fiberglass meets and is one with each other then the answer is no. Any boat company that can remove them will easily be able to go up spend about 15mins or so and tell you if they are removable and at what cost, when something is not removable but height is still too high then at a higher cost the fiberglass is cut and then when it gets to it's new location is repaired back into place.
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