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For those of you who installed the stainless steel grab rail. Did anybody nurl
the rail and did it prevent the slippage problem
Paul Hood81 C&C 34 - RefugeGeorgian Bay
You are correct. The holes are not standard. They were apparently drilled
in place. As such each one has minute differences in placement. That's
why the templates are so important. I will say that despite the appearance
of the wood rails the SS ones are so much stronger and easier to maintain.
Always clean and never need polished. They are slippery and if it was
anyone's habit to stand on the wooden rails then they will be surprised by
the insecure footing which is provided by the SS ones. That being said I
would sooner tie off to the SS rails than just about any other deck mounted
fitting aside from maybe the bow and stern cleats.
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