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Old 01-22-2022, 12:19 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by HeadedToTexas View Post
Do you leave that FenderStep tied on when underway, TT? And if you swing it inboard underway, how much does it intrude on passing by? We are thinking about one or two of them for our Mariner 37.

I leave them down all the time. There is really no reason to bring them up--they are visually unobtrusive, especially as they sit right at the accent stripe. (They don't "read" as a fender.)
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Outstanding. Thank you.
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It was an 8’ long 1” slab of quartz. It was at the top step and I went to the floor and the quartz also but the other 2 guys were below me on the steps so the quartz didn’t drop too far. We had just brought it inside from 12 degrees and they said be careful with cold quartz because it might crack. All my thoughts as I went down were that I had broken the quartz but it came through fine. We waited 24 hours to let it warm up and installed it yesterday. My neck has been bad down to my left shoulder but it is getting better today. Thanks for asking.
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