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Re: Accessing Chainplates

Yes, that is where they appeared to be hidden on the one that I was looking at.

On my Pearson 28-2 (designed a decade later) the chainplates are out in the open and easy to inspect. I much prefer that.
boats that I sail on regularly: Pearson 28-2, Rondar 505, Yankee 30, Blanchard Junior
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