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Old 02-28-2008
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Wichard makes some nice fold down padeyes that would probably work quite well and are fairly easy to install.
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On a 30'er a set of deck chocks could also be called "tripping obstacles". You might look at flush rings or other low-profile hard points that you could recess into the deck (or at least, that folded flat against it) and then use conventional webbing (like cargo straps) to lash the dink down into them.
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