Author Topic: Prior owner changed rigging  (Read 949 times)

Offline Bilgemaster

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Re: Prior owner changed rigging
« Reply #15 on: March 12, 2017, 07:10:02 AM »

Note the 'kick stand' on the trailer's right side to keep the boat and trailer jack from tilting up when a walk astern. [you can't 'cause I can't load the foto]

>> Your file is too large. The maximum attachment size allowed is 250 KB. <<

I wanted to post like four fotos.

So how do you fix this little file size problem? Post one at a time anew? And dab nab it all anyway what the heck is a KB?

[Sorry i'm a FORTRAN guy. Remember punch cards?]

Craig Weis


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Offline Duckie

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Re: Prior owner changed rigging
« Reply #16 on: March 12, 2017, 07:40:20 AM »
I agree.  I have a hinged mast on my Weekender.  It uses two strap hinges instead of a collar, but the result is the same.  It is wonderful to bend on the main in the spring and take it off in the fall.  I used to keep my jib bent on all summer also, but now that I use a number of different foresails, I don't.  The only down side that I can see is that I must protect the flaked sail by covering it tightly before I go out on the road.

Al