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Old 18-02-2010, 12:27   #1
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Compatibility - Bronze Bolts / Grade 8 Nuts

bronze keel bolts (rod) located.
what is the compatibility with grade 8 bolts
found Bronze - but GOLD would be cheaper!
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Silicon bronze is the most corrosion resistant metal commonly found around boats. If there is a chance of the bolts getting wet in an anaerobic environment, you do not want to use stainless.

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