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Old 29 October 2008, 16:53   #21
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Industrial Metal Supply for all your aluminum and steel needs in San Diego! Be sure to check the scrap stock (don't miss the plate scrap located past the cargo plastic stip doors). I can usually find something that works amongst the cut offs. Definitely want the outboard clamping bolts to engage fully, not just half of the clamp foot.
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Old 29 October 2008, 19:53   #22
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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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