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Sealing rub rail and plastic channel on a Hunter 23

Hey guys, so I'm painting my hull and figured it was a good time to reseal the rubrail since the silicone/epoxy that was used is really uneven and pealing in random places.

Anyone familiar with this hull-deck joint? It seems the screws that go through the plastic channel are just there to secure the rail to the boat and are not holding the joint together.

I was thinking of using 4200 to fill around the joint and using butly tape on the screws.

Any suggestions?
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