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Subject: 501 chain plates

Vaughan Tudor-Williams
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Date Posted: 6/01/07 17:02:33

The survey says I have to replace or at least re-seat the chain plates on Petite Folie. There is a visible gap between the plate and the deck on one side and evidence that water is getting in on both. It looks to me like I have to remove various bits of internal trim to get at "business end" of the chain plates and any hints and tips as to how to do this would be much appreciated.

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Re: 501 chain platesTim Ellis 6/01/07 23:24:15

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