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Old 06-18-2012, 12:56 PM   #1
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Default Bow rails screws

dose anyone know if the maxum bow rails screwed into the hull or is there a nut under the headliner?

I think i have a leak, and wanted to back off the screws lift up the flange and calk the stanton.

anyone try this b4?
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On my 1990 I see washers and nuts on the inside, mostly hidden under the monkey fur headliner.
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can you get to it with out ruining the head liner?

then can you put the head liner back?
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I'm not sure, as I haven't tried it yet. In my 1990, I have the 'monkey fur' headliner. I imagine you could cut some slices over the nuts to allow you to access them. Then just re-glue the slices.
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