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Rebeding Pearson 36-2 stern pulpits

I'm reposting this from the Pearson forum hoping that I'll get a better response. I'm looking for some advice regarding the starboard side stern pulpit on my pearson 36-2. I recently aquired this 1989 model and spent several weekends this past winter rebedding the deck hardware. I got it all done except for the chain plates and the stern pulpit. It's the starboard side pulpit that has me baffled. There's no way to get to the mounting hardware without removing the bulkhead in the back of the aft stateroom. Has anyone done this? I can't see how it's held in place. It looks like this bulkhead was fastened in place before the deck was attached. Will I have to cut access holes in this bulkhead to get to these fasteners?

Can someone halp me out, I',m stumped.
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I have seen a some deck hardware that is connected by a large screw rather then a nut & bolt. Teak hand rails come to mind. Have you checked that this isn't the case ?


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Post this on the Pearson email list here on Sailnet. That email list has 350 Pearson owners on it, some of whom I know also have a 36-2. Your chances of getting an answer are much greater there.

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