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Old 24th November 2019, 09:11   #11
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Cheers Les,

I sort of thought they would be, not sure how they could be bent over though as they look rather thick/solid!
You’d only need to knock it over on one flat but I agree they do look rather thick Jeff
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You’d only need to knock it over on one flat but I agree they do look rather thick Jeff
As all seems to be working fine I think I shall leave well alone. Me wielding a club hammer and crow bar might not be a good idea
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At least you’ve managed out Jeff, we’re having a break in Malta and the weather isn’t so great.
It was too windy for comfortable sailing yesterday and today it’s going to be raining for most of the day.

Those locking tabs can be easily turned over using a sharp screwdriver or chisel to prise them up then simply tap them against the stud.
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At least you’ve managed out Jeff, we’re having a break in Malta and the weather isn’t so great.
It was too windy for comfortable sailing yesterday and today it’s going to be raining for most of the day.

Those locking tabs can be easily turned over using a sharp screwdriver or chisel to prise them up then simply tap them against the stud.
Cheers Jim.

I shall ask the engineer when he is next at the boat.
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