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Re: How are lifeline stanchons mounted?

On the C&C ones, there are two on the base which re 4" apart and can utilize the exciting toe rail bolts. Not all toe rils have 4" apart though. Additionally there is a horizontal bolt through the stanchion base which after it is put over the toerail slot holds the base to the toerail.


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