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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Westerly Centaur

    The reinforcement is usually a row of several wooden lateral ( ie athwartships ) ) frames in the top of the keel cavities, down to the keel tops and heavily glassed in.

    The keel bolts should still be accessible; my father had a good late model Centaur with this beefing up done, but there was still the odd drip - he used a box spanner with a 6' - yes six foot - long bar to tighten the bolts and still got these drips !

    Nothing to worry about, just irritating.
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  2. #12
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    Default Re: Westerly Centaur

    Quote Originally Posted by Darran1967 View Post
    Anyone got any photo's of a Centaurs keels before and after reinforcement (or at least a description of what to look for)?
    Some pics here - https://get.google.com/albumarchive/...RCzZSEFtZ8vlso

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