No need to walk the plank, it’s the old Valiant 40s that glassed the keelbolts. 
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> On Feb 12, 2018, at 11:11 12AM, Brien Sadler via CnC-List 
> <cnc-list@cnc-list.com> wrote:
> 
> To clarify so the C&C owner's group doesn't try to Keelhaul, flog, or have my 
> surveyor walk the plank. He didn't suggest the epoxy. It was the only 
> information I had found in my limited search for a solution to "seal the keel 
> bolts" in accordance with his recommendation. I asked the question here 
> because I didn't want to do anything idiotic without leveraging the probably 
> hundreds of years of sailing and boat maintenance experience that this group 
> has. The message is clear the epoxy is out, and I may be an idiot for even 
> thinking it may be a viable solution, but I'm the idiot that knows when to 
> ask a question. Thank you for your (in some cases passionate) help. I 
> appreciate what you all bring to this forum and all that I've learned from 
> reading your posts.
> 
> Brien Sadler
> S/V TAZ
> 1987 C&C 35-3
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