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Old 13-12-2014, 12:32   #16
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Re: Replacement of the Chainplate System

Well that looks like the way it was done before.
Captivating stainless steel in glass with out air causes deterioration of the metal.
Avoid that.
Physically bolting it through the hull is best, or bolting to any supported structure is the way to go.
Mine are through the hull, some are through the bulkheads in other boats.
These are Chainplates here, they can receive quite a bit of stress.
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