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The best part of all this is, when you are done with this, you will have spent maybe 5 hours, tops, on the job. You can then say to yourself, that you have effectively made $270/hour. Not too shabby Mr. Moneybags!
I would go with the tapered plug method. Stick it in the hole until it seats. Mark the spot where it goes into the whole. Cut it off at or near that mark and then tap it in with a rubber mallet. Cut, seal up the facing edges of the hole with some epoxy, bed the whole thing well, replace the backing/front plate if needed. Oh, if you use 5200, a future owner will curse your name to Hades if this job ever needs to be re-done.
Downeaster 38 #40
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