1. The mainsheet block on the inside of the hull .
builder diagrams show the back edge of the reinforcing block 780 mm from the transome. +- 10 and we sanded it a bit so the back edge is just in front of 780
The rear mainsheet block is supposed to be 786 +- 5 from the transome.
We elected to put the attachment point a tad foreward of the spec so we would not be at the edge of the block. Is this gonna screw up our measuring day??
2. We got some little rubber chunks to serve as spacers in the centerboard trunk.
How do people put these in so they won't just fall out?? Are the little pieces of what seems to be rubrail really the best way to do this or should we get some Delrin machined by a willing fellow grandpa??