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Old 09-10-2009, 14:33   #1
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Lazy Jack Systems

Has anyone purchased a SAIL CARE - Lazy Jack System? I check online and I can not get a diaogram of their system. I called but the person I was told I needed to talk to is out of town at the boat show. Please let me know, as I want to purchase one, but would like to see what is consists of before doing so. Thanks very much for any information. Diane
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You might consider a Stak-Pack or Mack-Pak which are lazy jacks combined with a sail covering system. I made my own version for a fraction of the cost of the sail-shop version.
See: Cruisers & Sailing Forums > Engineering & Systems > Deck hardware: Rigging, Sails & Hoisting Mack or Stack Pack?
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You should also check these out before your purchase: Lazy Jack System - EZ-JAX
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Re: Lazy Jack Systems

Old thread revisited
Has anyone installed lazy jacks from sailcare???
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