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wciparchia

RO# 25200

Posted - Feb 24 2011 :  06:28:18  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Has anyone ever re-beded the foward two cleats, that are mounted on the pulpit on a 1987 37C ?
If so lets talk.
Wayne

Homeport: Stony Point NY

Robyns Nest

RO# 4846

Posted - Feb 24 2011 :  10:06:03  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I had issues with water intrusion on my 37 Wayne, not at the cleats but under the windlass.

The coring was all wet. I had to cut it all out and repair.


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jtybt15

RO# 3300



Posted - Feb 24 2011 :  13:55:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Yeah, it all depends on the construction and materials.

And you might consider finding or making a cleat that will hold both chain and line. Mine is 1/2" SS with 2 parallel legs about 3" apart and 3" high. The cross member extends about 2" on each side and a single vertical arm about 2" high and ground down to fit your size chain link.

All sizes are dependent on the size of your boat and ground tackle.





Charlie

There is much to be said, in a world like ours, for taking the world as you find it and fishing with a worm.-Bliss Perry, 1904



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wciparchia

RO# 25200

Posted - Mar 06 2011 :  14:37:17  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
drilled a 5" hole under hhe cleats.
As the pilot hole went through, a quart of water came on top of me. Great, except I was using an electric drill. Guess I found the leak.



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Robyns Nest

RO# 4846

Posted - Mar 07 2011 :  09:33:24  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Is your boat foam or plywood cored?

Mine was foam on the deck.


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wciparchia

RO# 25200

Posted - Mar 07 2011 :  11:26:33  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Plywood


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winters remedy

RO# 28820

Posted - Mar 07 2011 :  12:31:44  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Just get the Viking! :)


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HOGAN

RO# 3813



Posted - Mar 07 2011 :  12:51:37  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Wayne, if you have water in the coring, you're going to have to get all the wet wood out, eliminate the source of the water then re-fill it before rebedding the cleats. Are there areas where the deck is soft?

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Gregory S

RO# 2620



Posted - Mar 07 2011 :  16:15:23  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
They were using wood and not divinicell foam in 1987?


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