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Old 15-10-2011, 17:45   #1
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Aligning A Keel-Stepped Mast

I was a little disappointed to find my keel step mast completely out of wack after the yard set it up for me. I am going to have to realign it myself now and am wondering if there are any tips or tricks you guys have for getting the spacing right for where it passes through the deck.
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