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Remove anchor well #18707
03/08/21 04:52 PM
03/08/21 04:52 PM
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Morristown, NJ
Sumner_Parker Offline OP
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Morristown, NJ
In the process of recoring the starboard bulkhead. I’m going in from the forward side (see photo), but the anchor well is in the way. Is there a way to remove this? I undid all the screws, but there is no good way I see to pry it loose from the deck. Suggestions?
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Re: Remove anchor well [Re: Sumner_Parker] #18708
03/08/21 07:04 PM
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That bulkhead is tabbed in as it is a major structural piece and will need to be cut out.. Whatever you replace it with must be tabbed to the hull.

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