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About jrpytlak

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  • Birthday 08/11/1980

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    Lake Champlain. Then Annapolis. Now Nor Cal

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  1. I totally agree on all points!
  2. I'd rather a powered up boat and reef in 20 than a shit can that can't move in sub 10kn. Just sayin.
  3. Pretty effin cool. Any reason why nobody's trying to hike it flat?
  4. Someday, I'll own one.....
  5. I always thought those cockpits were rad. Anyone know how many were built with it? Only a few, right?
  6. That's kinda what I was thinkin with the taller frac rig on a 35 in my post above.
  7. I always thought a taller frac carbon rig (no checks) and only running non overlapping head sails would be cool for short handing. I really love the 35's but it seems you could do some work to em to make em easier to single hand. Is that dumb? I donno. I'd just hate to be single handing and having to do a heavy 1 to 3 peal at 230 in the morning in weather.
  8. I was thinking it'd be cool to have the late J35/J33 cockpit. I've always thought I'd want that if I went with a J35 of my own.
  9. Didn't know there was one in 35's.
  10. Phil's living in Fargo right now. Shit you not, I just saw him post on his Facebook that the daytime high is neg ten tomorrow.
  11. The guy that owned the C&C99 Bzing bought her and is doing a pretty major refit.. or so I've been told.. I think you'd be hard pressed to find any 35's that weren't rode hard for a few years. They all show battle scars by now.. Well, I replaced some of the main sheet hardware almost 10 years ago now and when I pulled the old stuff out lots o punky ply came out with it. You'll find giant backing plates under the secondary winches too. Kind of bandaids on cancer. I loved the old girl though! When I herd she got sold to Nappy, I texted some old crew mates from her about it. I got seve
  12. The guy that owned the C&C99 Bzing bought her and is doing a pretty major refit.. or so I've been told.. I think you'd be hard pressed to find any 35's that weren't rode hard for a few years. They all show battle scars by now.. Well, I replaced some of the main sheet hardware almost 10 years ago now and when I pulled the old stuff out lots o punky ply came out with it. You'll find giant backing plates under the secondary winches too. Kind of bandaids on cancer. I loved the old girl though! When I herd she got sold to Nappy, I texted some old crew mates from her about it. I got
  13. John, I'll be talking to Ken this evening. I'll ask him if I can send you the link to the pics. Cool. Thanks dude. No prob if not. Just wanna see how the ol girl's doing.
  14. This is the Warrior I was refering to. http://www.harborwatch.com/news/mwarrior_2000nas.htm
  15. The guy that owned the C&C99 Bzing bought her and is doing a pretty major refit.. or so I've been told.. I think you'd be hard pressed to find any 35's that weren't rode hard for a few years. They all show battle scars by now.. Well, I replaced some of the main sheet hardware almost 10 years ago now and when I pulled the old stuff out lots o punky ply came out with it. You'll find giant backing plates under the secondary winches too. Kind of bandaids on cancer. I loved the old girl though! When I herd she got sold to Nappy, I texted some old crew mates from her about it. I got
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