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Old 06-12-2012, 15:09   #1
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Tayana 37 rigginng estimate info?

Can anyone help me figure out a budget price for the replacement of standing and running rigging on a T37? Thanks in advance
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Old 06-12-2012, 15:36   #2
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Re: Tayana 37 rigginng estimate info?

Its a pretty big range. Are you replacing the wire only or turnbuckles and toggles? On a T37 you should look at the chainplates and consider replacing them.
The running rigging depends a lot on how hightech you want to be. It is pretty straight forward to estimate the line lengths and just price out the equivalent sta-set line as a replacement using the same diameter as what is on there.
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Old 06-12-2012, 15:54   #3
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About 2 years ago I did a complete replacement of standing and running rig in Nanaimo. Included inspection of chainplates, new rod rig and new running rig (all of it), new furler and new mast lights (LED). Mainstay rigging in Sidney did a great job and I did not mind paying the $15k.
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Thank you both. Rex, thats just the kind of ballpark I'm looking for and the vendor name will be sure to come in handy.
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Do not know where you are but a talk with Serge (Mainstay Rigging) would be worthwhile.
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Re: Tayana 37 rigginng estimate info?

42' cutter rig. Total new standing rigging: wire, turnbuckles, toggles, chainplates, Hyde roller furling. Parts cost US$6,000.00, half of that for the roller furler. I'm doing my own installation but the rigger would do it for maybe another thousand tops.
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Thanks skipmac, I am impatiently awaiting a copy of " The complete riggers apprentice" by Brion Toss.
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