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Sounds like a good plan.
I have found that 5200 on the threads doesn’t present any great difficult in removing the hardware down the road if needed. The greater challenge is avoiding getting that gooey marshmellow on everything else!
I have found simple contact cement or some version of that works just fine for reapplying loose edges of headliner.
Use acetone instead of alcohol - better for removing all residue from surfaces prior to applying adhesive. Just be careful not to get it on any plexiglass in the process.
On Oct 13, 2020, at 23:30, Ken Powers SV Aquarius <ken@...
Here are some photos of the job at hand! I talked with some local boaties here at Krabi Boat Lagoon, and they suggested 5200. It has been raining for 5 days straight, and looks like it will continue for the next 6 days. I am thinking once it stops for a day or two, I will do the following.
1. Remove 1 or 2 of the bolts. Not to remove the entire chainplate.
2. Clean hole and bolt with alcohol.
3. Put good amount of 5200 into hole.
4. Replace bolt or bolts and try to get as much of the 5200 off the treads. So that I don't glue the nut onto the bolt.
I am told that this will not be a problem, any thoughts?
5. Repeat until finished with all the bolts. Except, I am only planing to do the 4 bottom bolts under the rub rail, not the single bolt in the middle of the chainplate. This bolt does not show signs of leaking, and even if it did, the leak should be at most, minor, due to the location. Unlike the 4 bottom bolts which could submersed in water for extended periods of time. And thoughts about this decision?
6. Glue interior back together. Still wondering what adhesive to use to re-attach the interior lining. It's like Humpty Dumpty, just hope I don't need all the Kings Horses, and all the Kings men.
7. Replace Rub Rail rubber piece.
Anyone have thoughts about my intended procedure?
In Krabi Boat Lagoon, Thailand