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Stiffler's Mom

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  1. Center of pin. There are (2) ways to accurately measure. Pendulum swing from spinnaker halyard to gooseneck and forestay or main halyard from black band to center of transom. Or if the rig is down, the old fashioned way...
  2. Salsa, or Buzz line. I used Maffioli but just did not see the advantage for the price. As for cleats, the Harken 150 can bind up under heavy load. The spin lock un cleats easier but the sheet knuckles up at the cleat when you smoke it at the windward mark. I've been tempted to put an Oxen self cleating laser style ratchet block in just to see if I could hold it dinghy style.
  3. A certain J/105 back in the day. All boats were on the hard going through tech and you could obviously see this bow was highly modified. Looked like a Mumm 30.
  4. Pornhubs premier service is free if you can run through an italian Server. Just Sayin
  5. I think it may be at Rush Creek in Dallas.
  6. Take 1/2 of a Dolfin outboard stabilizer tab and bolt it on. Other easy ways to not gnarl the rudder is can't the outboard away from the centerline when you clamp it on. Only works in light air or you will cavitate,
  7. Karl Anderson at Karl's Boat shop makes really nice tillers. I'm sure he can do it.
  8. If you really want it, It can be done. I was told that Super series rags are 4-5k for a jib, and 8-10k for a main. Understand these are used. DPI on the sails are gonna be about 1/2 of what an off the shelf sail is so kiss off getting 4 years out of them. What are the other fixed costs? Dockage, pedestal and winch rebuilds, rope, electronic bugs.. Keep the pro$ off the boat.
  9. Mark is the man. This will be my 4th project with DryUV. These guys get it..
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