Cam, you just made it to the hit list in my house. I hate that freaking ad.
Now on to the keel bolts. I had an idea awile back to take some PVC pipe just a bit bigger than the keel bolts/nuts and put it around the bolt sticking about 6-8'' up into the bilge. Figure out some way to seal the bottom of the pipes and then pour about 3-4'' of epoxy into the bilge. Put caps on the pipes and you now have dry bolts even if the bilge gets wet. Also you can tell just what bolt is leaking if you have a leak.
Sound like a good idea?
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