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Old 22-12-2010, 04:09   #31
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Originally Posted by jobi View Post
I wonder if the boom was deliberatly steem bent exactly for the reasons you mentioned??? see the curve on photo...other sailors said that wooden boom dont usualy bend this way.
I've never seen a boom that is supposed to have a sideways curve, or any curve for that matter. Looks like an item for your project checklist.

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