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Old 11 March 2004, 10:45   #11
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Des thanks for that I was wondering about that & Surprised no one came up with it till know!
Looks like I will be taking my hat off to Pete then! Or sticking with the rachets!
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Old 12 March 2004, 13:35   #12
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Apologies for the delay, Nick. This is simply a way of holding anything down to the deck. I used it, long term, for seats and a fuel tank and generally for jerry cans, water bottles, a folded dinghy, fish box full of ropes, and various other items. It works well and I've used it for a good number of years without a problem.

The aluminium track is marine quality and anodised. It's original function is the base of a rubbing strake for a hard boat where a rubber insert slides into the slot. The wee brackets you'll have to make yourself. The track was sourced from Wilks.

I hope this is of some interest.
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Now, I could be talking rubbish here, but the zinc fitting in the deck would be electrically isolated. So would this prevent it from corroding?
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Insert Nut out of Stainless steel

I fixed my seats wir s/s screws in s/s Insert Nuts. Looks like the
picture on top just not made out of zinc but of V2A Stainless steel.
No problems with rust for the future. I bought them in Germany infos under www.inox-schrauben.de
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Old 14 March 2004, 15:22   #15
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Threaded inserts A1 M 10

Hi Spitfire
thanks for the lead on these, I have had a look & it looks like just what I am looking for I have used a web site translater as my German is no existant! I take it they are stainless steel?
Can I ask you to confirm I am looking at the right thing!
http://babelfish.altavista.com/babelfish/tr
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Web link

Sorry Spitfire wrong link this should be the right one!
http://www.inox-schrauben.de/index.php?cPath=35_189
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