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Old 02-08-2010, 19:55   #1
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Freedom 35

Recent owner of a 1996 Freedom 35. Love the boat so far. Looking for some opinions on whether to get rid of the camber spar & jib and replace with a furling jib (mainly to stay off the foredeck in weather and ease of "hoisting"). Also, wondering if anyone has considered a lazy bag for the main to drop into?

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