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Do not try to glue items onto your dinghy in the rain, on the
dock or in very high humidity. Glue and water don’t mix.
Step 1 - Determine where to locate the davit heads on the swim
platform, beware of support brackets underneath.
Step 2 - Mark the inflatable where the davit heads will line up
with the mounting pad on the dinghy. See figure #1. The pads
should be placed as far apart on the dinghy as possible. The
bottom of the pad goes at the top of the rub strip. The dinghy is
Step 3 - The inflatable must be wiped down with the proper
cleaner prior to gluing on the rubber pads. Match the cleaner to
the type of glue you will be using. Incompatible glue and cleaner
will cause the pad to loosen.
Step 4 - Inflatables made from hypalon require a good two-part hypalon glue such as Weaver 2001,
Bostick 2402 or Apollo 2990 for proper gluing and Acetone, MEK or Toluene as a cleaner. Boats made
from a PVC derivative such as the Zodiac will require special urethane glue such as Weaver 3001 or
Apollo 3026 and MEK or Acetone cleaner.
CAUTION: Do not glue the pads on in the sun, by the water, or in high humidity. Do not sand or grind
the surface of a PVC boat
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