owners NEED liquid caulk--buy it and the stock for the company and enjoy the drip free boating
we all love.....i cannot find it anymore--doesnt exist in sd or in mexico
for some reason.....must be bought online.
chainlates are not bulkhead mounted. performance cruisers have that problem. garden designs usually have other problems instead.
our chainplates forward are mounted on stringers. these can become wet with incoming rainwater. use the liquid caulk to get into the nooks and crannies we have inherent in our boats. ours are different than most boats and easier to repair. is awesome how these were designed. use acetone to clean the areas before using the caulk so it will stick well.
our aft chainplates are mounted outboard
with thru bolts into stringers, as well. these are sturdy solid boats. make sure the forward ones donot leak as that is bad bad bad for boat deck
and stringers. donot want to have to replace decking or stringer interiors.
doNOT use captain
tolleys crack cure--will further crack the woods in your glass over wood decking. is good forunder the grab rails but will NOT fix any problems o a formosa. liquid caulk is much better. cpt tolleys is an epoxy
mess with expansion tendencies. i ruineed some of my wood using that stuff. do NOT use on a formosa.