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Old 27-07-2020, 17:14   #1
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Moody 56 rigging help

I am re-riggingf a Moody 56 cutter and need information about the arrangement of the running backstays and the roller furling drum lines.


There are a pair of turning blocks and a rope clutch on each side of the cockpit coaming below the winches which i suspect are for for the runner tails and/or the RF drum lines. I would appreciate any information from someone familiar with this set-up.


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