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Old 03 March 2007, 17:58   #11
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Originally Posted by The Garfish View Post
fuk mee i wud luv too sea yorr solushun too a commplicatid problum
Oh Garfie, sumtyms yew giv mee a farkin belli ake laffing sew 'ard!

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Old 01 January 2009, 04:30   #12
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Originally Posted by Stoo View Post
Dobie, I use this same setup. You can get a stainless insert that reverse-threads and epoxys into the deck. The ones I have take a 3/8' bolt and they are very solid. I use a cooler similar to yours, but up in the nose. If you bolt it in, I'd suggest using a large washer inside so the bolt head doesn't pull through the cooler bottom.

I'm currently trying to have a s/s box constructed that will be more secure when locked, for holding dive gear etc.

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Where can these insets be bought ? anyone know a UK source?

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Old 08 June 2012, 03:33   #13
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I was going to ask pretty much the same question as Tufty, so I might as well resurrect this thread.
We need to fix some scaffold bosses to the deck to support a framework, but it would be best if we could remove them when not in use. If we could find some blind threaded inserts that could be sealed to the deck, this would be ideal.
Any recommendations?

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