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Date Posted: - Friday - 11/ 9/07 - 9:54pm
Author: Kathy Campbell SHADOW M32-#3
Subject: Sheave box
In reply to: Kathy Campbell SHADOW M32-#3 's message, "rope halyard" on - Wednesday - 11/ 7/07 - 10:28pm

Hi Guys,
The sheave box is made out of bronze. They were in great shape when I took them out. A couple of taps with a punch and they were out.
With the boxes out the space measures main mast-3 1/2"x1/2". The mizzen mast -3 3/8"x 7/16".
Forgot to take pictures, sorry, but I'll get pictures when the new parts arrive. Sure hope this will be soon.
When removing the ss nuts on one of the chain plates, the nut broke. Everyone better check their chain plates.

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