Lots of deck hardware, like most line clutches, have plastic components, which would be damaged by a polysulfide sealant.
look at the spinlock, lewmar, etc. line clutches... plastic housing are the norm...
Originally Posted by GBurton
Hopefully none of your deck hardware is plastic
Usually manufacturers instructions are for those of us who think they know better
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