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Posted by member Simon Papendick on Saturday 14 November 2020

The aft cleats on a navigator are normally through bolted through the flange between the hull and deck moulding. So if you pull the rope fender down out of the way at the aft end of the rope fender below the cleats you should see the nuts which are on the underside of the flange. Otherwise they are between the deck and hull flanges and will not be able to get at without cutting the area where the two flanges meet.

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Simon Papendick
Former Hardy Marine Employee 1983 to 1990

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Posted by member george macdonald on Saturday 14 November 2020

Hi everyone, I'm looking for a little advice, I removed my rear cleats while doing some work to the boat and I think I'm now in trouble. They were fixed on with m8 threaded screws which don't seem to want to tighten up again. Does anyone have any advice or suggestions on refitting?
Many thanks.

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