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Re: Mooring Cleat Backing Plate Installation

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Thanks for all of the input.

If the underside surface of the deck isn't too irregular, could one get away with not using epoxy at all?

SloopJonB: The packing tape idea is pretty clever and easier to source than mold wax

BTW, the rationale for the addition of the backing plates is:
1. A bow cleat is loose and I have to remove the v-berth cabinetry anyway

2. Catalina recommends adding backing plates as their 1.5" washers originally used can sometimes cause spider cracking

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By loose do you mean just the hardware was loose or have the holes widened?

If they've widened it would be wise to epoxy fill them and re-drill proper sized holes (this is smart anyway to protect the core). You don't want the hardware rocking around in oversized holes.
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Mooring Cleat Backing Plate Installation

Just loose. As it turns out the holes in my backing plates seem to not match the spacing of my cleat hardware ::. After removing and replacing the cabinetry in the vberth for the second time to reach the bow cleats, I've decided I am going to install access plates in the anchor locker.
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