[Rhodes22-list] Forestay Details - 1984 R22 With Original Furler
Michael D. Weisner
mweisner at ebsmed.com
Tue Mar 12 08:08:51 EDT 2013
11 to 12 feet can't be correct for the forestay. That must be a lower
(baby) stay. The forestay is about 30' since the mast is 27', I would
s/v Shanghai'd Summer ('81)
s/v <-no name -> ('91)
Nissequogue River, NY
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Did this last summer.
The measured length of the stays from pin to threaded rod is 11' 8". The
West Marine part number is 152365 which is a 1/8X1/4 swage open body
This comes as a unit and includes the swage stud, body, threaded t-bolt
toggle, clevis and cotter pins.
On 3/11/13 9:13 PM, James Cross wrote:
> Hello, Rhodies
> My 1984 is going to get a new forestay and a CDI furler - the original
> furler is still on the boat - the one with the aluminum tube. My
> has had the radish as well and I too the remnants off the boat and
> brought it back to Vermont with me for replacement.
> The sail loft wants to now the original set-up of the forestay - and I
> am not near my boat presently.
> Can someone help me with info on the original forestay setup for that
> Forestay length?
> Turnbuckle at the bottom end of the forestay and how long?
> I can't remember the connection at the mast end either off the top of
> my head.
> Any details greatly appreciated.
> Kind regards,
> James Cross
> S/V Elan
> R22 1984
> Prince Edward Island , Canada
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