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I'm looking forward to getting it done. Any number of shapes or configurations will work. Having a good cleat in the right place to tack the downhaul down will be one less thing to worry about.
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Try this: Annapolis Performance Sailing (APS) - Channel/slug insert w/SCREW

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Thanks, Henry. Way cool idea. It's much easier to have two seperate slugs than trying to put two accurately spaced threaded holes in one slug/bar. Trying to get the spacing just right in a home shop is hard to do. I think I have aluminum round and flat bar that I can try this with.
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