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    Posted: 26 Jan 17 at 8:10am
Thanks Jim, I'll make lashing and or bonding work rather than potentially damaging fixings. 
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Top tip is whenever possible to fabricate carbon fittings and bond them into place.
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having never used or extensively looked at a carbon mast im not 100% but the only way i can think you would do it is with special carbon rivets 
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Any tips please on attaching moderately loaded fittings to a (not brand new) carbon mast. 
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