[Rhodes22-list] Update on IMF outhaul/furling running rigging changes made over the winter
jesse.laten.shumaker at gmail.com
Tue Dec 7 18:09:48 EST 2021
Peter, thanks for getting back to Rueben with the details. I used the same
block that you mentioned. It's been busy at work recently, hence my slow
responses. Rueben, you're probably already tracking on this, but I had to
tap the threads in the boom for the screws on the cheek block.
On Tue, Dec 7, 2021 at 3:38 PM Reuben Mezrich <reuben.mezrich at gmail.com>
> Thanks again
> Reuben Mezrich
> Cell: 410-499-8922
> > On Dec 7, 2021, at 4:11 PM, Peter Nyberg <peter at sunnybeeches.com> wrote:
> > Reuben,
> > The block at the end of the boom is a cheek block. I'm pretty sure the
> specific model is a Ronstan 20mm (Ronstan model #RF20151, Defender item
> #614283). I don't recall the size of the screws used. I'd guess #6, but
> it might have been #8. Length would be 1/2" or 3/4". Using screws a bit
> longer than necessary in this location wouldn't adversely affect anything.
> > --Peter
> >> On 2021-12-07, at 01:40:55 EST, Reuben Mezrich wrote:
> >> If I might ask two more questions....
> >> What kind and size block is used at the end of the mast to turn the
> outhaul line
> >> back to the mast?
> >> If screws are used to hold it....what size?
> >> Thanks
> >> --Reuben
> >> Reuben Mezrich
> >> Pelican Cove in Sarasota and Back Bay, Boston
> >> Cell: 410-499-8922
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