Well, I think Its sorted out. There is a Jack screw underneath the mast
step that I tightened up, then retionsioned the rig. The rudder
was much moore balanced today! I think adding gudgeon spacers to the top gudgeons to more the CLR forward will help alot too, thanks for the great tip!
One more thing though. Today sailing in about 15 knots, I found that the mast
would rotate too much, causing the diamonds to become ineffective. The mast would then begin to buckle, Scary!
I know must cats with a boom have a arm with a toggle which can be tightened on the boom which straightens out the mast. But on the wishbone rig, so such arm exists. How do you guys keep it from over rotating?
Thanks! Shes a fast boat!