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Old 05-29-2013
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Re: Accessing Chainplates

A Pearson 32 that I looked at (before buying my 28-2) had them buried in some cabinets. It didn't appear that they could be inspected without disassembling the cabinets. I actually walked away from the boat since I couldn't easily inspect them for leaks.

I thought that this was a custom feature on that specific boat, but maybe it is a general one?
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