I am bolting rub strips on the bottom of a freighter canoe and are down to the last two which are the most outboard ones. What I have done so far, is before I glassed I bored holes and epoxied filled the bores to drill out and bolt these strips to. How I got the layout is shot a laser line parallel with the center line of the boat and marked that as the center line of the epoxy plugs, then marked half of the strip width on either side of that ,plumb with the laser line. With that said the marks are wider than the width of the strips because of the curve of the hull. I have laid the strips up there centered between the lines and there is curve to it from some angles of view. My concern is bolting the strip on in this locate and having it drag heavily. Any thoughts?