A while back there was a thread (which I can't find now) discussing how to secure foot pegs in a boat. I hate drilling holes in my boats, so this is what I came up with, and, so far, it has worked. First I cut pieces of cedar about 3" wide and 3" longer than the foot peg track. Then I shaped one side of the cedar so it fit the curve of the hull where I wanted the track. Then I glued (contact cement) velcro to the inside of the hull and to the shaped part of the cedar mounting blocks. This has been very secure; in fact, I tried to remove them for what would have been a series of photos and the contact cement seems to be letting go before the velcro.