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If you look at the pictures of his mast foot, it appears that the cast aluminum protrusion that locks into the slot on the existing cast aluminum deck plate is gone. There is no longer a way to keep the mast foot is place with the existing deck plate. Since that that Rig Rite mast foot is no longer produced, the owner does not have a lot of options other than to mount the Rig Rite mast foot to the Dwyer stainless steel hinged tabernacle that is shown above. I have used a 10 foot long gin pole arrangement (made of 3" square aluminum tube, large U bolts to wrap around the mast mounted to the gin pole, and block and tackle) to step and unstep my mast for the last four years without a problem. I get assistance in the process from a local sailboat repair person but I also used his assistance when the boat yard had an overhead rope and pulley to step and unstep masts.That is a SELDEN base. Unless you plan on stepping with a gin pole, it isn't necessary. Our base's pin ears were damaged by a yard that was using a crane to hinge lift the mast with a crane. The yard thought it quicker to hinge lift as opposed to a lift and step. The mast is basically too large to gin pole step and should be vertically stepped. If you can live with this, save the money that the hinge plates costs.