"pietro" wrote in message
>> inox screws
> sorry, I mean: stainless stell
Stainless steel is only stainless if there is oxygen present.
Below the waterline, stainless becomes much like swiss cheese... Called
Stainless also comes in different grades... the more expensive of which is
better resistant to crevice corrosion..and can be used for things like
rudder fittings where the water is disturbed/turbulated a lot and thus a
little oxvegen gets to the fitting...
But i bet the stainless that is available locally is NOT the higher grade
You spent how long and how much on the boat?
The percentage of the total cost in time and materiels that the screws
It is seldom worth skimping on the screws...... sorry. >> Stay informed about: inox / silicon bronze screws