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Topic: Extra scepter foot
Posted By: Poul J
Subject: Extra scepter foot
Date Posted: 19 December 2020 at 14:23
I want to mount and extra scepter foot in each side. The purpose of this is to get the wire rail more wide so it does not "take up" space on the deck.
 
A scepter foot is mounted with a bolt in the middle.




 

I must thus fasten the scepter foot by:

1) Drill a throughout hole and put a nut on the back. However, I can not get to do that due to inner shell and other accommodation.
2) or cut a tread in the piece of aluminum plate embedded in the decks approx. 2-3 cm below deck at the point where I want to place the scepter foot.
However, I do not know the thickness of the aluminum plate.

Thus, only solution 2 is in my opinion possible, but I´m in doubt if it´s OK to fasten the bolt only in the aluminum plate?

Other ideas?


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Poul Jørgensen



Replies:
Posted By: Brufan
Date Posted: 20 December 2020 at 08:38
OK to fasten the bolt only in the aluminum plate?
Yes


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Bruno

hanse 355 - 57

S/Y Spicy Ginger

White hull, 2 cabins, Volvo D1-30, Selden rig, removable mainsheet track system (modifications done now), Simrad-Jefa autopilot.


Posted By: Poul J
Date Posted: 20 April 2021 at 10:42
The task is done. As you can se at the attached pictures, this made a good difference in space on deck.




Smile




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Poul Jørgensen


Posted By: Martin&Rene
Date Posted: 21 April 2021 at 09:27
Good work.  It is interesting how sometimes the little things can improve a situation.  The yacht that used to be alongside us had its top guardrail fail through wear, because they tied their fenders to the top wire.  I always leave my yacht with the fenders tied around the base of the stanchion and this also reduces the load on the stanchion base.

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Martin&Rene Hanse 341 Dipper Wheel steering, 3 cabin layout & shallow keel, normally based in Scotland


Posted By: S&J
Date Posted: 21 April 2021 at 17:30
This is my practice too.  Tie them on the guard wires for easy adjustment but move to stanchion base once settled.

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H458 #159 Primal heading to the sun



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