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Subject: Re: Spinaker set up

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Date Posted: 14/06/06 1:20:30
In reply to: Gareth O'Callaghan 's message, "Spinaker set up" on 13/06/06 13:46:53

I use one rope each side one as the guy and one as the sheet. Because of the narrow stern on my Trapper 300. Because of the angle from the turning block at the stern to the pole I use a block midships attached to the tow rail to run the guy through otherwise when you have the pole well forward the guy puts quite a strain on the guard rail . Hope you are following OK. I assume you realise you will need one more Halyard Led back to the cockpit.

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Re: Spinaker set upRob Clark14/06/06 8:37:29

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