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As someone else said earlier, if you're using a stud or a bolt to fill the hole and can't grind it flush then it's better to use a dome headed bolt with a nut underneath rather than standard bolt head or nut on top. Less of a trip hazard

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10 minutes ago, blackrose said:

As someone else said earlier, if you're using a stud or a bolt to fill the hole and can't grind it flush then it's better to use a dome headed bolt with a nut underneath rather than standard bolt head or nut on top. Less of a trip hazard

 

If you fill the slot in afterwards you can even make it look like a rivet!

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Where do you stand when steering, on the deck, or in the top step within the slide?

 

Personally I think I would cut them off and weld up the holes and paint over, but as a short term tapping and winding a bolt in and covering with non-slip grit patch isn't a bad call.

 

 

Daniel

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