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Re: Yay! A c27 subforum!

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I am looking at an seventies 27 anything I should check out.
Keel bolts, deck leaks- both repairable without a major fuss.
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I looked at the keel bolts and they have to be replaced. Did I read that I have to cut a horizonta; hole in the keel to attach the nut to a bolt screwd vertically into the keel. Is there an easier way?
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There is a simpler way using lag bolts, call Catalina Yachts or check their web site for details.
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