Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
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thanks for getting back to me. I'll go with the 3mit makes no difference the model of the boat...
the rubber gaskets will harden in time.
and rather than boatlife caulk, I would highly suggest using 3M 4000uv.. its uv stabile and ive used it a LOT with 100% satisfaction.
others have had excellent luck bedding stanchions and other hardware with butyl tape, but as i havent used it for bedding a deck fitting yet, i can only pass on what ive heard but no personal experience. check it out... but i wouldnt use the rubber gasket.
On my O’Day 322, I can get to the stanchion bolts up under the hull/deck lip. Follow the hull interior up right against the interior wall and see if you can feel the bolts under there. You will need a socket and extension (maybe 2 different lengths) to get on the nuts. In some cases, I needed an articulating knuckle to allow me to get in there. Lots of skinned knuckles and swearing.At the risk of getting off on a tangent, is there an accepted method of accessing the stanchion bolts and then covering up the surgery (ovbiously not permanently)? I researched this years ago when I was first contemplating getting an O'day and there were lots of images around. Can't seem to find any today. While mine are exceptionally dry given the vessel's age, they have never been done and I need to get started.