I have a Freedom 28 with camberspar jib
. I don't think the camberspar was ever installed correctly. As it is now the three main parts
slide together and bottom out. The end fitting is not pinned to the spar. And if we stretch the sail to fit on the horns, the sail is very flat. From what I gather, it is supposed to be adjustable. It appears that if you let the sail slack on the spar, the spar falls in the sail pocket and gives the sail more draft
, the tighter the sail is pulled aft, the less the spar drops in the pocket, and the less draft
it has. There are 3 main parts
shown in the picture, the spar, the horns, and the end fitting. My thought is to cut the spar tube about 2" shorter. This would allow me to pin the end fitting in the spar and allow the horns to slide on the end fitting to each of the three adjustment holes. Am I on the right track? Is the description clear enough? Any and all help is appreciated..