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  1. Raz'r

    So I just bought an I-14 today...

    Jeesh - I need to take a clarity in writing class. What I meant is - put her in the back of the bus - cause the workload on the crew is pretty high. The weights not really the issue.
  2. Raz'r

    So I just bought an I-14 today...

    much better - crew work is tough stuff in any breeze. You can still get far enough back when you need to by overlapping your legs.
  3. Raz'r

    So I just bought an I-14 today...

    don't spend a lot - but a few things are nice. 2:1 sheets like Pete said spectra trap wires(wire are nasty all around) really work to get friction out of the kite halyard - if there is any - it'll kill your crew. If your kire is well used, you might want to go as far as wiping it with...
  4. Raz'r

    So I just bought an I-14 today...

    ok - deal is - she's gotta drive. These older boats are a workout for the crew - really. Here's a Chicago based skiff fleet - was just talking to them yesterday - have 4 Cross 3's(similar if not identical to what you just bought) + a few new boats. http://www.highperformancesailing.org Have fun!
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