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Date Posted: - Tuesday - 09/ 7/10 - 10:33am
Author: Paul - 1971 mariner 31 - #106
Subject: Depending on how handy you are....
In reply to: scott aumuller /boojum #70 's message, "mast question" on - Sunday - 09/ 5/10 - 9:57pm

You could build a replacement yourself...

Somehere on this forum I stumbled over the exact measurements, including tapering, required to construct the pieces. Today's glues are superb to those used back when our boats (and masts) were built and all in all it could be a wonderful project, saving you many boat bucks to spend on boat toys (electronics) instead, while gaining valuable experience and a great product to boot.

I know I would rebuild my mast if I needed a replacement - no question....

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