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Old 01-07-2013, 16:29   #16
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Re: Hanks, slides and bolt ropes

Just do it right the first time and have it cut properly to get maximum usage from the sail

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Old 01-07-2013, 17:03   #17
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Originally Posted by maersi View Post

Over to the experts...
not expert. my boat come with jib fited on old design furler and brand new Genoa in bag. On planed sail change I'd discovered that Genoa got bronze hanks. with some effort those were removed and b/rope was feed into furler grove, only ocasionaly catching on eyelets. with the time and usage eyelets were deformed with no negative results.

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