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Hello!

 

I have to change all the sheets and halyards of my boat.

 

can some body tell me wich are all the measurements and the best quality for my boat? Ehat do you recommend 

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Main Halyard - Spectre   9mm    104'L
Genoa Halyard - Spectre 9mm   92'
Spin Halyard - Polyester 9mm  100'
JSprit Control - Poly 3/8"  42'
Cunningham - Poly 7/16" 50'
Main Sheet - Poly 7/16" 100'
Jib Sheet - Poly 10 or 9mm 100'
spin sheets - aramid/dyneema 10mm  85'
Traveler - Poly 8 mm 17'
Tack line - Poly 9mm 60'

 

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Those specs are okay unless you have a sparcraft mast then you need to add 10 ft to the spinnaker halyard as it goes all the way to the top of the mast.

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Hey Paul, try Todd Jones down at Thomas Hardware in Detroit.  Great rigger experienced on all boat small to maxi.  He has done some J/105 work and will know what is the best.

(313) 886-6094

Cp

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6 hours ago, proOC said:

Main Halyard - Spectre   9mm    104'L
Genoa Halyard - Spectre 9mm   92'
Spin Halyard - Polyester 9mm  100'
JSprit Control - Poly 3/8"  42'
Cunningham - Poly 7/16" 50'
Main Sheet - Poly 7/16" 100'
Jib Sheet - Poly 10 or 9mm 100'
spin sheets - aramid/dyneema 10mm  85'
Traveler - Poly 8 mm 17'
Tack line - Poly 9mm 60'

 

50 feet for a cunningham? - that sure seems like a lot to me... am I missing something?

 

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11 hours ago, Onrust1368 said:

50 feet for a cunningham? - that sure seems like a lot to me... am I missing something?

 

Includes leading it through for a reefing line, 1st point.  Comes all the way back through a sheet stopper to a doghouse winch.  Must run length of boom and then some 8ft or so of leech length, plus tied to the boom.

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Will,

 

I have been using Todd for years he has already done the Tack line and Spin Halyard this year soon to do a main Halyard. Highly recommend him.

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On 8/15/2018 at 10:47 AM, proOC said:

Main Halyard - Spectre   9mm    104'L
Genoa Halyard - Spectre 9mm   92'
Spin Halyard - Polyester 9mm  100'
JSprit Control - Poly 3/8"  42'
Cunningham - Poly 7/16" 50'
Main Sheet - Poly 7/16" 100'
Jib Sheet - Poly 10 or 9mm 100'
spin sheets - aramid/dyneema 10mm  85'
Traveler - Poly 8 mm 17'
Tack line - Poly 9mm 60'

 

Way too much polyester for my tastes there.

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I'd use something other than Poly for the tack and jib sheets - we use Warpspeed. Also, I would probably go with a spectra of some kind for the traveller. Mine is a continuous loop and I stripped it back as much as I could so that what runs through the pulleys is mostly spectra core, but what you pull on is mostly cover - It's not possible to make it 100% spectra in the pulleys if you always want to touch cover when raising the traveler in light air.

 

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