[Rhodes22-list] boom hitting back stays

luis.guzman.ve luis.guzman.ve at gmail.com
Mon Aug 5 15:48:39 EDT 2019

How long is the standard boom from the mast to the end including all hardware?Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device
-------- Original message --------From: Chris Cowie <ccowie at cowieassociates.com> Date: 8/5/19  3:23 PM  (GMT-05:00) To: The Rhodes 22 Email List <rhodes22-list at rhodes22.org> Subject: Re: [Rhodes22-list] boom hitting back stays The standard mast and boom was provided by Dwyer, the standard Dwyer mast has two pin positions from the bottom of the mast center of pin 8" and 2'-4 3/8", the standard Dwyer boom is 9'-9" long from the front to the back of the boom not including the boom to mast hardware or the outhaul cap.Christopher P. Cowie    700 N Fairfax StreetSuite 304Alexandria, Virginia 22314703.717.9103 ex.204 ● 202.270.1470 mobile[ccowie at cowieassociates.com]Please consider the environment before printing this email.-----Original Message-----From: Rhodes22-list <rhodes22-list-bounces at rhodes22.org> On Behalf Of Peter NybergSent: Monday, August 05, 2019 3:16 PMTo: The Rhodes 22 Email List <rhodes22-list at rhodes22.org>Subject: Re: [Rhodes22-list] boom hitting back staysFrom the end cap on the aft end of my boom (i.e. ignoring the tangs), to the mast is 120.5”.  Just the aluminum extrusion (ignoring the gooseneck hardware and the end cap) is 117 1/16”.This is an IMF rig.  I can’t recall if yours is or not.PeterSent from my iPad> On Aug 4, 2019, at 10:54 PM, Jesse Shumaker <jesse.laten.shumaker at gmail.com> wrote:> > A few updates:> - My boom extends 123" from the mast - this is in response to some of > the questions.> - Lowering the boom car so that it rests directly on top of the pop > top cover solved the issue of the boom hitting the backstays.  > Previously, there was ~1" between the boom car and the pop top car.  I > think I will drill another hole in the mast so that the boom pin can > be in the mast at this height as well.  Right now it's all resting on the pop top cover pin.> - I plan to adjust how the topping lift attaches to the boom based on > feedback from the group.> - Since the consensus is that it's fine to leave the topping lift on > and just let it slack when needed, I tied on a couple of blocks and > then ran the topping lift through an unused cleat on the port side at > the front of the cockpit.  Then I can adjust the topping lift without > having to go forward and tie a cleat hitch on the horn cleat.  The new setup is convenient.> - I riveted on a eye strap to the boom in preparation for adding a vang. > I'd like the option to use that to help keep the boom down.  I know > there's been a lot of discussion about that in the past so I'll be > mining the archives for details.> > A few photos are attached.  It is a relief to have this issue resolved. > Thanks for the input!> <http://rhodes-22.1065344.n5.nabble.com/file/t907/LowerBoom.jpg>> <http://rhodes-22.1065344.n5.nabble.com/file/t907/BlocksForToppingLift> .jpg> > <http://rhodes-22.1065344.n5.nabble.com/file/t907/ToppingLiftRanToCock> pit.jpg>> > > > --> Sent from: http://rhodes-22.1065344.n5.nabble.com/

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