I am looking to replace the worn out jam cleats with a double rope clutch one for the main halyard and the centerboard line or jib sheet(?), however the footprint for the width is perfect, it is longer in length than the footprint, but the screw holes will still be within the reinforced raised area. This will leave a gap once installed which I could fill with 5200? Any thoughts? Other suggestions? I will still use the original cleats to secure the lines for the furling jibs, however I have seen where cam cleats on another H23.5 were mounted and screwed into the top of the cleat to offer a quick release found that as an interesting modification. Thoughts on that?