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After drilling out the holes and before filling them with thicken epoxy, it may be a good idea to place an old angle/key wrench in the drill and use it to remove some more of the core, between the fiberglass. This way you get more epoxy into the deck with smaller holes. Remember to duck tape the back side of the hole before injecting epoxy. If you need to rebed any deck fittings, use a countersink on the epoxy filled holes. It will aid in stopping leaks and give a place for the bedding compound to go.
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