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11-02-2007 11:31 PM
gg30citation
pics

Mr. C,
Here is a pic of the plate..
11-02-2007 11:06 PM
sailingdog At 3" x 4", it is a bit small to be a lightning ground plate, since the recommendation for a lightning ground plate is to have at least four linear feet of edge.
11-02-2007 11:00 PM
gg30citation
ssb radio

Camaraderie
Thanks a million! with the pic you attached I'm almost 99.9% sure that's what it is. There is also an antenna mount at the top of the mast! If it's ok I'll take some pics tomorrow of what it looks so you can verify. Thanks again!
11-02-2007 10:48 PM
camaraderie If you have an SSB radio or did at one time that is an SSB ground plate is my guess...usually made of sinctered bronze and called a dynaplate. Kinda looks like this?
11-02-2007 10:40 PM
gg30citation
Metal Plate

Hey All,
Can anyone give me a idea of what this mysterious metal plate on the side of the hull below the waterline is? It penatrates through the hull with electrical studs and terminals bolted to them on the inside. I just purchased a 30' Irwin Citation project and was curious as to what it was. It's approx. 3"W by 4"L. Thanks in advance for any help!

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