Most of that equipment
appears to be through bolted to the cockpit sole? Inside an aft locker?
The two turning blocks at the bottom outer ends appear to be the exception. Are these the failure points? Does the wood block come off the white block or does the white block come off the hull?
Idea 1 - If the white block is stable one could fabricate a "U-channel" plate that fits over the white block then through bolted for and aft. The plate could be tapped and drilled and the bolts secured with safety
Idea 2 - If the equipment
is in fact through bolted could the turning blocks be reveresed, suspended from the cabin sole
, appropriate stand off fabricated and through bolted to the same way as the other equipment.
Idea 3 - Another major redesign would be to fabricate a plate that is big enough to encompass all the equipment. Mount this securely to the ceiling with through bolts. Then dump all the little wood blocks, fabricate metal blocks and remount all of the equipment with steel
, alum or what ever.