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A lot of work for no gain. Drill out the bulkhead mounting points for the chainplates and pot with thickened epoxy, use larger hardware, build deck islands out of thickened epoxy to deter water intrusion through the chainplate ports, and call it done. Bigger, stronger, better, faster, cheaper with no change in geometry.
I'm not so sure that the change in geometry would be all that big a deal. Moving the shroud outboard 4 inches would only increase the angle by about one degree. I seriously doubt that the original tangs, etc., were made with a tolerance of less than one degree.
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Hi , I am in the same situation with my Utzon 30 spidsgatter, with a want to negate as much potential water ingress through deck as possible, The plates I have seen are recessed behind rub rails etc with nice flat sections,I photographed a liberty 30 setup the other day I will try to post same, I will follow your thread with much interest. cheers chris
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Guys and Gals.. Since this thread drifted into an engine discussion that I thought had some pretty valuable info hidden behind the 'chainplate' title, I've culled the relevant posts to its own thread.

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Guys and Gals.. Since this thread drifted into an engine discussion that I thought had some pretty valuable info hidden behind the 'chainplate' title, I've culled the relevant posts to its own thread.

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I have had my boat a 48 ft frers 1980 out of the water for 4 months and noticed the
Teak deck cracked across the grain adjacent to the single in line chain plate. I figure this could be due to temporary hogging of the boat, plus drying of the teak plus or either slight movement of the chain plate/s either way, listening to you guys I think I will take a closer look. Ps It's been it's very hot here in Dubai.
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moving chain plates outboard

I've got the same decisions to make.
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Gotta love those channels. Great for standing on when preparing to board a passing pirate ship.Hope the big fenders are out when needed. I've seen outboard chainplates in cast bronze with a T cross section at the top to prevent any flex.Could this be the best of both worlds? Neat and salty.
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