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Date Posted: - Wednesday - 11/ 2/11 - 10:00pm
Author: Mark AEOLUS
Subject: Rudder
In reply to: Randall, M31, Murre 's message, "Cracks in Rudder" on - Wednesday - 11/ 2/11 - 2:24pm

As Bruce called it I think you answered your own question. The fact that it's the trailing edge makes the decision easier. No structural, no problem :)
The only consideration I would have is if the cracks lined up with the rods running perpendicular through the rudder.

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[> the boat yard decided it.... -- Randall, - Friday - 11/ 4/11 - 6:43pm

Well, a visit to the boat yard decided this one. $500 just to haul and $70 a day to sit on the hard. Bad enough, but the clincher: no availability till mid month. I tried to explain I was an American citizen with passable english and good credit, but this had no effect.

So will put this one on hold for a while.

Departing for Kauaii tomorrow. Love being in Honolulu, but am spending too much money at Starbucks.


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