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Old 04-03-2008, 07:36   #1
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Greetings from a fresh Water Sailor!

Hello Fellow Sailors:
I am impressed with the Forum and am humbled to be in the presence of so much sailing experience. I own an "Ontario 32" which I put together over a 5 year period back in the early eighties. "Wingfoot" is a great crusing boat, ideal for us two retired folks.
I get as much pleasure sailing in the great lakes as I get from working on "boat projects".
One of my current projects is trying to get a close hauled standard Horizon system to function. I have a Old WS50 instrument and masthead sensor that works, but require linerization and calibration data and info on where I can locate a Mast Head Cable assembly. Standard was originally located in New Zealand ----not sure who took them over but they did not leave a very clear trail. Any input would be appreciated.
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Aloha Vince,
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Your sailing season is about ready to start?
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