You can check the mast thickness at a halyard exist if you want, but it’s not going to get better on its own. Put it on the list of things to do with the mast down and start adding more stuff to the list
They have many different sections and dimensions and often have a short sample list of boats that section was used on.
They also have a section about Pearson Spars, which indicates Pearson tended to use Kenyon or Metalmast back in the 70's.
It indicates the Metalmast 7348 section was used on the not too dissimilar Pearson 323 of the same era. Unfortunately, while it provides the external dimensions (7.3" x 4.8") it does not appear to provide the wall thickness. The Metalmast sections also have variable wall thickness to increase longitudinal and lateral stiffness.