Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Hull, United Kingdom
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Sorry, the blog moved, i'll update the link now.
The Hull part of the keel hull join seems fine so i deduct either:
- The front of the keel has corroded a lot and left said gap
- The front keel bolt stretched enough to let the front drop and create a gap
- That gap was there from factory and had a lot off bedding compound in it.
Not sure, I think if the keel had dropped at the front i would be expecting gaps all along the join, not just the front, in a wedge shape.
Of course the Hull could have distorted or any number of things. :P
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