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post #4 of Old 04-01-2009
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SD is right. The best method is to scarf in a piece of wood; just did that this winter to fix a bite that was taken out of our cap rail during a midnight USCG inspection boarding when I was silly enough to travel up the East River past the UN late at night during UN week. But - that's off topic. Scarf a piece in and it will be virtually unnoticeable after a couple of months.


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