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Strut repair

Is there anyone out there that is familiar with Barberis Cantieri boats? I have a 1983 Show 34 and I need to tighten the strut. I am wondering how he builder might have secured it, as I cannot get to it from inside the boat. I believe it is just glassed in and not bolted. Does this sound possible?

Any insight would be appreciated.
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I think ArtByJody has a Barberis boat... A 38 IIRC... he might know... You'll need 10 posts in order to PM him...so go over to the song chain thread in the off-topic forum and get five more posts in... Also, I'd highly recommend you read this POST to help you get the most out of sailnet.
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