Question about Boating
If it is a centre thwart just bolt down through the gunwale with long bolts and large washers.
If it is a lowered kneeling thwart then use the same principle but with longer bolts to accomodate the spacer blocks you use to frop the thwart height.
Remember that you need to get your feet under the kneeling thwart so don't put it too low down or you may trap your legs in the event of a capsize.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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