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Subject: Re: Rigging a Trapper 300

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Date Posted: 7/04/06 13:48:38
In reply to: ConorF 's message, "Re: Rigging a Trapper 300" on 7/04/06 10:04:33

Have fun.

I really can't advise anything at all on rig tension so you will need advice from someone on that.

I would say though that whilst that mast is horrizontal take the opportunity to check that everything is working and in good order, with the possible exception of not being able to use gravity to get a mouse down it is much easier to work on the bits and bobs when the mast is horizontal.

Also take the opportunity to check fittings and bottle screws are all ok and serviceable.

As the boat arrives in a couple of hours you may have missed this!

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