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Question, if you used a adhesive/sealant with a 1000psi break point on stanchions or chain plates that where also though bolted, why would the elasticity be a factor
Let's further qualify that by saying a properly designed and fabricated stanchion base or chainplate, through-bolted to a properly reinforced section of deck or hull, with a proper backing plate...
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Well.... I applied some polysulphide to a piece of plexiglass that I have in my office a week or so ago.

It has not "eaten" or even discolored the plex. So there you have it....
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