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Old 29 October 2008, 15:53   #21
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Old 29 October 2008, 18:53   #22
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Originally Posted by kelson View Post
Definitely want the outboard clamping bolts to engage fully, not just half of the clamp foot.
I'd have to disagree with that-as long as you've got all 4 bolts securely through the transom/saddle and a block of wood on top of transom for the saddle to sit on then you dont need the turnbuckle clamping bolts.

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