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Subject: Trapper 500 - Rebedding Front of Keel

Rob McGuinness
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Date Posted: 20/12/06 20:46:15

I have just become the owner of a Trapper 500 and very pleased with her I am too. My boat does suffer from the proverbial grin at the front of the keel where it meets the hull. Can this be dealt with by me or does it need more professional assistance. My survey suggests that the keel bolts are all OK and have been replaced within the last 10 years or so but I do not want any deterioration due to salt water ingress. A step by step guide to what needs to be done would be good, particularly any ideas on tightening the front keel bolt.
I am sure to have loads of questions as I start my round of improvements so any help will be very gratefully received.

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