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No there is no core in this area, the boat came out of the factory with a molded in toerail about 2" tall that is solid glass. I was going to use the countersink method for the holes as well. I know thru bolting is best but, not possible in this case. One advantage is the toerail does not have anything mounted to it, its just for looks. For the sealant do I need to just run a bed along the joint or do I need to tape each side off and bed it like hardware. Thanks.
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