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Old 01 November 2016, 16:48   #1
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A frame mounting

I am soon to move to Australia and am shipping my Revenger 23 in a container. To reduce the height to fit I have removed the A frame this afternoon. I knew the previous owner used the boat for wake boarding and could see a repair around one of the deck mounting plates. Now that I have removed the A frame I have found that the deck mounting plates were held down by coach screws. I do not want to re-fit in the same way and would prefer to have it through-bolted. However, I do not think I can reach far enough through the inspection hatch to to do this. Does anyone have any good suggestions?
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Old 01 November 2016, 17:09   #2
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I am soon to move to Australia and am shipping my Revenger 23 in a container. To reduce the height to fit I have removed the A frame this afternoon. I knew the previous owner used the boat for wake boarding and could see a repair around one of the deck mounting plates. Now that I have removed the A frame I have found that the deck mounting plates were held down by coach screws. I do not want to re-fit in the same way and would prefer to have it through-bolted. However, I do not think I can reach far enough through the inspection hatch to to do this. Does anyone have any good suggestions?
Toggler "Snaptoggles"?
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Toggles look very honebase. Any pictures of your deck plates and mounting
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Toggles look very honebase. Any pictures of your deck plates and mounting
They work fine and you'll never see them under a mounting plate.
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