This is what I could find. These pictures show most of the setup.Do you have a pic of your main sheet setup ? I have to redo mine.
North Haven, ME The traveler control lines go to the cheekblock mounted in the cockpit above the seat cushion. They can be cleated up in the cam above it, or cleated back in the cam cleat visible by the guardrail on the side of the cockpit - whichever is convenient. Note the block on the traveler with a third sheave at 90º to the others. This is supposed to help avoid twisting the lines.(?)
Faulkner Island, CT Four sheaves here.
Friends off Peak's Island, Casco Bay ME
Two of the lines come off the boom and down to a swiveling double ratchet block on a bracket just forward of the traveler, and then to a swivel-mounted double cam cleat. The two lines are then spliced end-to-end. This enables the two sheets to be pulled at once, with a 4:1 ratio, or just one can be pulled, with an 8:1 ratio. We went out in a 40+ knot blow (with a reef in) to see what would happen and had no trouble handling the sail. Got up to 12.5 knots going downwind.
We really liked the ss guardrail - a repurposed radar guard from some big yacht, that we got at a junkyard for $4.50 per pound. It provides a handhold that ISN'T the wheel and keeps the mainsheet from wrapping around the wheel, binnacle, or engine controls in gybes. We also added a clear hinged cover over the engine panel to help keep things drier there.