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post #4 of Old 02-09-2007
Loewe
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Fullandby, it is a monster job but maybe a necessary one for safety reasons. I was on an IP link/site on repairs of this sort. The one I viewed used x-rays to determine chainplate condition then went from there. Think I was jsut surfing looking at chainplates. There is nothing cheap or easy about it. Like everything else with boats if you have the M&M's it's doable (money & motivation) Good luck

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