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Date Posted: - Wednesday - 01/23/08 - 4:32pm
Author: Greg
Subject: hidden nails
In reply to: Mark 's message, "Companionway" on - Wednesday - 01/23/08 - 4:09pm

as i recall from replacing mine there were nails along the bottom up through the bulkhead into the teak frame but i don't know if that was original or not

Greg
M31 #121 Water Lilly
Columbia, SC

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[> [> [> HIDDEN NAILS -- Randall, - Monday - 02/18/08 - 12:40pm

Thanks for this hint, Greg. There were plenty of nails in my companion way hatch frame, but on two sides only (bottom and starboard. It appeared as though a six inch wide section of bulkhead abutting the companionway on the port side had been replaced, and here there were no nails. So, I think the use of the ring nails was original. It sure would be concistent with their use on other areas of the boat.


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