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post #3 of Old 02-11-2011
PeterSailer
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I pesonally never heard about a hair line crack in a chain plate But i'm sure it's possible. I did heard about it on turn buckles and other part of the rigging.

But it's really no big deal to change a chain plate, it's basically just a plate of stainless steel... unscrew the bolts and replace it, you could probably have one made up at a local machinist shop or something but in sure you could find a source on the internet.

(if the mast is still stepped, make sure too loosen the stays/shroud)

Good luck

I hate storms, but calms undermine my spirits." - Bernard
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