Originally Posted by patr1707
Yea that's what I was afraid of. The track is on the cap rail and runs from cockpit
to just forward of where the nav. station is. I would have to just about completely diamantle my interior to get to the bolts.... I know it has to be done right and how to bed
it, just wondering if there was any product out there thay has been used as an band-aid untill I can get to doing it properly...
This is one of those jobs where short cuts could do more harm then good. Chances are that the toerail is eroding away due to the SS bolts being in contact with aluminum
. e.g. picture below. I actually had to cut the heads off the bolts and push them thru.
I ended up getting rid of my T-track toerail and sealing the hull
joint permanently. My genoa
track is on deck just inside the toerail, which actually makes the boat point higher. A track on the outside would be better for a spinnaker