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08-11-2013 08:31 PM
Re: C & C 35MkII forward Keel Bolts

good luck!
08-10-2013 11:08 PM
Re: C & C 35MkII forward Keel Bolts

I didn't find anything specific on CNCphotoalbum.

South Shore Yachts was good enough to get back to me, and according to them, yes, there is a bolt under the mast.

Rats. Going to have to pull the mast or find a way to raise it a foot or two.
08-08-2013 08:05 AM
Re: C & C 35MkII forward Keel Bolts

The Mk 3 has one under the mast. Check
08-08-2013 12:25 AM
C & C 35MkII forward Keel Bolts

Does anyone know if the C&C 35 MkII has a keel bolt under the mast shoe?

The most forward one I can see is exposed just aft of the mast but still in the shoe. Another way to ask the question is "Are there two keel bolts tying the shoe to the keel?"

I have looked at the profile drawings and can't imagine there would be enough keel for a bolt to be attached that far forward.

We want to carefully drop the keel several inches to inspect the keel bolts but don't want to pull the mast unless we have to.

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