Well seems like its worth trying to fix them at least.
If they don't work out then I can sell them as refurbed.
Anyone know in terms of grip if its better to spec so the rope size is at the lower end of the size range, or at the upper end. (When choosing the bases)
Especially if I can service my existing ones, although to be fair I'd really only need 2, Main & Genny halyards.
I guess what puts me off is that it looks like it costs them about 5$ to manufacture. But I suppose you could say the same about clutch parts.
Yeah they only time my boats ever hit that speed is on the back of a lorry.
Good to know, I wasn't sure if the new clutches were vastly different or not, it didn't want to splash out on all the parts before I knew they'd be up to the task.
I've been lusting after the...
Got these museum pieces fitted on my coachroof.
Since I'm already resigned to the fact I'll never be a rich man as long as I own a boat its time to repair or replace.
Right now I've got 10mm halyards in covered dyneema, no idea what type, the PO fitted them.
Problem is they slip quite a...