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I would like to remove my stanchions to facilitate easier winter covering. They are however 30 yrs seized! Has anyone had any luck in separating the stanchion from the base??
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I would like to remove my stanchions to facilitate easier winter covering. They are however 30 yrs seized! Has anyone had any luck in separating the stanchion from the base??

No..
If they've been in salt water they will not likely come apart.
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