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Re: Toe Rail Replacement
I've added a teak toe rail to a modern 33 ft yacht.
The toerail was done in pieces to fit between the stanchions, holes for screwes were pre-drilled and sunk in the toe rail as well as the deck. Goop was added under the rail which was then placed onto the first screw hole.
One person screwed it in place while the other bent it upwards. As the rest of the screws were put in place the person holding the toe rail bent it to match the screw holes in the deck.
Some goop got where it shouldn't have gone, but a bit of sanding the teak deck got rid of it.