You know, if you guys really don't plan on repositioning anything, you can simply do as DaMurph did in the anchordrop. It's what I've been doing for years on my boats until Bill came out with his clamps. Which, like I said, he had specially made for him. They are super slick, and probably one of the better frame mounted anchor systems out there. Seen them all, like his for sure. I just don't care for the ratchet though. I prefer another pulley back to a cleat. But on my older custom cats, I simply got a heavy eye bolt, bent it out enough to fit a pulley onto it and bent it back into position. Then did a mock test on my frame with line attached (I'd zip tie the pulleys to the frame). Check to see where I needed to adjust and then drill into the frame and put the bolt in. Key is to make sure you put the bolt in the correct angle so the eyebolt isn't getting too much pressure on the sides of it (you want it to pull down at the bottom of the curve of the eye, not on the sides). Had that setup on my old custom whitewater frame until I got an extra setup from Bill Day. That sits on the boat now, minus the ratchet (like I said I have a cleat on there for the rope instead).