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Old 06 December 2013, 15:49   #11
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Why screw? Might be problematic!
why? even if I seal the screws?

what do you recommend?
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why? even if I seal the screws?

what do you recommend?
Let me put it the other way round; why do you want to screw them down? Even stainless can rust which may cause its own problems.......
IF you penetrate the deck can you be sure that you will completely seal the openings, above deck AND below deck?
My XS did not have screws into the seat bases........
IF I was doing it, and IF the seat has a base, then proper preparation, a couple of layers of mat, liberally wetted, and plonk the seat down onto it. Job done

Of course, plonking down can always be refined
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ok no screws

soggy matt......plonk it down......job done.....sounds good
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looks like it's gonna be a nice job, keep the pics coming
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I need to sand down this floor surface, just in the new jockey seat footprint plus 20mm so I can glass it down. XS tell me it is gelcoat with polyester resin chips.

any suggestions?

Someone said I can buy a tungsten carbide grinding disc attachment for my 115mm angle grinder.??????
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I would have thought an ordinary stone grinding disc would do the job, they are usually green labels I think from memory. the stone discs are designed to break off the grinding chips quicker so doesn't clog up as much
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I would have thought an ordinary stone grinding disc would do the job, they are usually green labels I think from memory. the stone discs are designed to break off the grinding chips quicker so doesn't clog up as much
Stone disc is all I ever use,, and a flap wheel on the posh bits

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And when doing lots two grinders as they gets a bit hot to hold if used in anger,,,
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Thanks Guys

Ill go and get some stone disks
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Mike don't for get to fully protect the tubes from the grinding crap, will come off at high speed and stick/cut into tubes,
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Thanks Trevor, I was just thinking that!

now where are those dust sheets???
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