- I have the exact same situation that Barry outlined in his previous post. I have identified one leaking bolt. I attempted to tighten the nut with no success. I used a small container under the offending bolt to collect the water and a sponge in the event any missed the container. Never really needed the sponge but it was good to know it was there. There was at most 1/2 an inch of water in a 2 cup container after the most severe rain storms. While it didn't fix the leak, it was easier than pulling the rail. I image that to be a huge and difficult project that I'll tackle if the leak worsens.GregS28 Journey
- I have the exact leak, I have attempted to wrap pieces of paper towel around every one of those nuts and wait for rain. I get 1/2 inch of water in my zip lock container and all towels dry ??!!Thats why I thought some 4200 in the hole and reinsert the bolt might help !LEES-28 Sandpiper
- Can you just remove the offending fasteners and reseal them? I think you can do it without removing the entire toe rail-you will have to repalce the bungs for each one yuou remove.
I have leaks around my stanchion fasteners, which are presumably esier to fix.