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Date Posted: - Friday - 12/14/12 - 6:23pm
Author: Randall, M31, Murre
Subject: Airvane size
In reply to: Sietse 's message, "Aries Wind vane and Worm Gear Steering" on - Sunday - 12/ 9/12 - 3:35pm

The whole Monitor manual can be downloaded here: http://www.selfsteer.com/products/monitor/manual.php

My airvane dimensions are here: http://www.selfsteer.com/products/monitor/manual/page.php?sectionNumber=6.7

Mine is the bigger of the two pictured there. It's made of a light, corrugated plastic with two plastic rod stiffeners (standard issue Monitor). I had another made out of Styrofoam covered in plastic (again, standard issue Monitor, not home made) that was also large. I cut it down to the size of the smaller vane in the above graphic, but had little success with it. To be fair, I only tried it once, then went back to the larger, light wind vane.

Good luck.

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