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Old 04-14-2013, 07:21 PM
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Join Date: Oct 2011
Boat: 2004 Prostar 209 - MCX
Location: Indiana
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I finally got mine installed today!
I too had to enlist some help from my 11 year old daughter to get to the front and middle bolts. A quick lesson in how to get a washer and a nut started on a bolt using two fingers when you can't see what you're doing, and she got 'em both on the first try.

So, I'll wear you out with photos. 3 before pics and 3 after.

This 1st photo shows the previous owner's fix of a sheet metal screw drilled into fresh fiberglass and a washer.
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The middle screw had broken through and wasn't holding anything.
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All shined up. This is one of the two I had to cut down for clearance.
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A much more professional repair than the screw and a washer thing.
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This is a great repair prostar205 came up with and designed! Thanks to Neill for taking the ball and running with it so a few more of us could benefit from this great idea!
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