I'm looking for a source for the screws (bronze?) and teak plugs used for the toe rails on Commanders like our 42.  I need to replace some. 

As always, your help is appreciated!

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Jamestown Distributors has both.  

Great!  I will look those up there.  You don't happen to know the correct size off the top of your head, do you?

the screws under the bungs are #8 x 2'', I went with stainless. You will NOT fine oval head screws for the stanchions in silicon bronze, 316 stainless is available. How far age you sanding your TR down? I just got done putting the glass back into the windshield frame today after compounding , degreasing, washing and coating the frames, not so bad with all the glass out.


Byron, splashing tomorrow  or Thursday  come up and help me with the glass.  Covered dock, good food  at a nearby  tavern and your choice  stay on the boat or at the  house.  Just bring your experience  and  expertise. ;-) AND Mimi!

Ill loan you my suction cups !

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