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Old 05-28-2020, 12:07 PM   #1
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City: Victoria, BC
Vessel Name: Green Sea II
Vessel Model: Californian 34 LRC (1979)
Join Date: Feb 2017
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1979 Californian teak handrail

I have a older Californian 34 with teak hand rails attached to the outer sides of the cabin, port and starboard. They need refinishing and I would like to take them off to do this. I notice the last 3 sections in contact with the cabin have a teak plug that covers a 4" SS screw. However, the other sections do not have plugs. Does anyone know how this handrail might be attached, and how it can come off? Thanks.
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