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Old 03-07-2011, 21:02   #1
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Location: East Coast Australia
Boat: Fountaine Pajot Mahe 36 (#111) - Vaya Con Dios
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Topsides, Deck, Cap

We had a place on each side of the cap where the headsail sheets would catch or hit on the cap, and causes a splinter. I put a reinforced piece of trim (found at the marine store) right where it hits for added protection.
It was about $9.00 a meter so just got two meters to check it out first, might be nice to do the whole cap would look nice. it fits perfect, very tight didn't have to use any glue.
Rozzie
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