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Old 20-02-2018, 02:11   #46
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Re: How to go about Bending this God forsaken 316l chainplate

It was not about whether or not they areb stronger--it is about the spave he needs on the stern for his boarding ladder and platform.

And yes--you put the runners on the same mount as the twin back stays and leave them there permanently. QED.

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