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Old 11-10-2023, 13:43   #691
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Re: Chotuís Advanced Standing Rigging Thread (lots of pics)

Something like that?
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Okay I get it, 3000 total for that little thing, I had misunderstood.

I don't get it Chotu, I see the tang on the cross beam, which is unusual, why the HAYN toggle don't fit there?
The hayn fits there but can't be used.

The hayn is what I test fit, then when I finished and had the Harken stuff all done, I made the mistake of thinking I trial fit the Harken piece.

The harken piece does not fit. The HAYN piece does fit but is trash/garbage I have to throw out
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Something like that?
Maybe. Seems strange though, but maybe that's just because of the allergy meds. Head is extremely foggy. Seems like the part with the cutout is not going to work with the Harken piece.

What is normally done?
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You will need to take a caliper, measure the height from the pin hole of the tang to the top where it ends, measure the thickness of the slots so that it slides well, and measure where the toggle fit in the furler, in order to find the right toggle, be careful , you have the forestay distance already studied i guess, or the mast will step incorrectly.
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Re: Chotuís Advanced Standing Rigging Thread (lots of pics)

If the HAYN fits, then you've got something, try ACMO.

Sta lock also, sparcraft comes to mind, more expensive.
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You will need to take a caliper, measure the height from the pin hole of the tang to the top where it ends, measure the thickness of the slots so that it slides well, and measure where the toggle fit in the furler, in order to find the right toggle, be careful , you have the forestay distance already studied i guess, or the mast will step incorrectly.
Ok. I guess I can get all of those measurements together tomorrow when my head is more clear from these meds and get them to the yacht rigger and buy some kind of toggle.

He must have something in inventory that will work.

and yes I’m going to be lengthening the forestay by about 3 inches I guess if I add a piece. Sucks but what are you gonna do? Doesn’t make that much of a difference really on a 3.5ft rake. So it's 3.7ft. Also, I left the turnbuckle in the furler backed way, way off so there is about 6in of play that I can take up with that anyway
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Better to rest, the Yacht Rigger sure have that toggle in stock.
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If the HAYN fits, then you've got something, try ACMO.

Sta lock also, sparcraft comes to mind, more expensive.
no the hayn is not usable. It canít work. it fits but on the other end of it is a screw for a turnbuckle
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I get it , but you got the good measurements from that HAYN toggle, it's a good starting point.
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Better to rest, the Yacht Rigger sure have that toggle in stock.
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I have no idea if this will help, but hereís my Hayne to Harken setup.
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Thank you, smj. My harken stuff is very different from yours, unfortunately. It has its own toggle that is a mandatory piece of the furler - the piece on the left Ii n Mt earlier pics. The forestay eye attaches to that mandatory toggle. I have to go from that mandatory toggle to the on-beam attachment point.

That looks like a mighty fine crossbeam you have there! Beautiful carbon vwork on the chainplate/attachment point
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Re: Chotuís Advanced Standing Rigging Thread (lots of pics)

So why didnít you step the mast? Just because a fitting isnít right that isnít a reason to not step the mast!
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I had one of those mandatory toggles that came with the furler but broke the rules and replaced it with the Hayne as it worked. I believe I called Harken and discussed it with them, either way itís held up well.
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So why didn’t you step the mast? Just because a fitting isn’t right that isn’t a reason to not step the mast!
The forestay fitting. There was no way to do it.

We tried, but it was not possible
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