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Old 05-22-2011, 06:48 AM   #15
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They are most likely Olympic rivets. They are used when access to the inside for bucking is not possible. It is very common to see them used when a panel is replaced.
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"I am trying to decide between just sealing them up from the backside or possibly drilling them out and replacing with bucks."

Since you have access, I would drill them out and replace them with solid rivets.
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Removed the fresh water tank today, this is the inside side of the plywood that was holding the fresh water tank. ???
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I used 3/4" marine grade plywood to repair the floor in my rear bath. Sealed the underside with Thompson's water-seal and coated the "C" channel with Flex-seal just prior to installing the wood. Next will seal the seam under the exterior trim.
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