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Old 13-07-2019, 10:15   #1
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Cat Trampoline replacement baja

I am refitting an older 1975' C/S/K Polycon can 37' and will be replacing the forward tramp.

Currently has seat belt type 2" webbing with large holes (attachment) which is very strong and has the plus side of quickly draining and fairly open in terms of catching wind and has held up amazing well for 40 years but now needs to be refreshed.

I thinking about replacing it with a silver or black Dynema 3/4"-1" holes for a more modern look. Thinking dark will hide anchor chain stains ect and I like how you can see the water through silver and dark ones I have seen online.

Anybody have practical experience suggestions and choices and where to source?
Boat is now in Ensenada, anyone know of a local down there doing good work?

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Old 13-07-2019, 10:45   #3
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In St. Pete Fla
http://multihullnets.com/
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Black to see through.
Our yacht designer suggested tennis racket style mesh. Easily to make your own, after 10 years in Philipinas tropical sun still holding strong, drains very fast. Very cheap as basically you buy ~1/2nm rope
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Multihull.net made a main deck tramp for my boat 10years ago and still going strong. Itís 1x1 polyurethane coated nylon webbing. They did a great job. I do recommend
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I wrote this on a previous thread:

FYI We purchased the offshore 3/8" dynema net for our FP Bahia from those guys five years ago, February 2013 to be precise. Fit like a glove and still as good as new.

Now well over six years and no change.

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Kiwi, how much did your tramps cost?
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USD $2815 + freight
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