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Old 07-10-2014, 20:25   #1
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I have a 2007 Stack Pack in gray for a Norseman 44. $200 OBO. Attachment 89378



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Attachment is not there

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Old 08-10-2014, 12:43   #3
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Damn just bought new one last year. ..

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What is the length of the boom, looking for a pack for my mizzen. Thanks
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What is the brand and condition? Is it attached to the sail or just the boom?

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What is the length of the boom, looking for a pack for my mizzen. Thanks

16'


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What is the brand and condition? Is it attached to the sail or just the boom?

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Meade A. Breese, Rock Hall, MD. made it in '07. Just has one chafe spot. It gets attached to the boom.


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Old 14-10-2014, 09:53   #9
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Just curious why are you selling it?
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Just curious why are you selling it?

It doesn't fit my boat right. The Vision is a freestanding rig and the stack pack needs a topping lift.


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Re: Stack Pack

Cocktail - a little difficult to tell from the pictures but does this go under the boom or slides in the boom? Is there a zipper to close up the top? Or does ti close a different method? I did not see a topping lift in the first picture
I have a 16' boom.
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Cocktail - a little difficult to tell from the pictures but does this go under the boom or slides in the boom? Is there a zipper to close up the top? Or does ti close a different method? I did not see a topping lift in the first picture
I have a 16' boom.
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It slides in the boom. I believe all these have a zipper top. This has a lanyard to close the zipper. My boat is a free standing rig so there is no topping lift…one reason I'm selling it. It was on a 16' boom.


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would it be too long for a 15'3" boom? not sure how one would trim or fold it if it's too big. does it come with built-in lazy-jacks or would that have to be a separate piece of gear? (and if it does, how tall is the mast it was made for?)
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would it be too long for a 15'3" boom? not sure how one would trim or fold it if it's too big. does it come with built-in lazy-jacks or would that have to be a separate piece of gear? (and if it does, how tall is the mast it was made for?)

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Here is the set up. It's for Doyle sails but it's the same.
http://www.doylesails.com/downloads/...tionManual.pdf




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