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E32 Cabintop handrails

I have (I think) traced leaks in the cabin to the area where the cabin-top handrails are attached, and I want to try to re-bed them. Before I start taking the bungs out of the handrails and removing headliner, does anyone know if they are through-bolted or just screwed into the cabintop?
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Re: E32 Cabintop handrails

I'm not sure but the Endeavour forum and facebook group might be worth searching/posting

The forum is inactive but there is still a lot of useful info.
Endeavour Sailboat Owners Discussion Forum

the facebook group is https://www.facebook.com/groups/endeavourowners/
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Re: E32 Cabintop handrails

I'm *pretty* sure they're through bolted.
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