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What Issues to look for in used tiger ?

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You're going to get a lot of different opinions here, my 2 cents:

1. The answer depends on what you want to do with the boat

2. If the casette is OK, then spending $3k on a new sail is a better option

3. There aren't any real issues with the boats, assuming they've been maintained.

4. The builder had a few modifications that should be in place on all of the boats: mast step, turnbuckles, mast / partners clamshell and proper collar.

After that its a case of what upgrades you want.

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If it's an early hull that came with a factory kelp cutter, you'll want to do a thorough inspection of the keel. My keel (hull 23) was replaced under warranty after failing and filling the keel with water. No cutter now, sealed up tight.

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