Re: 41.1 Bristol Centerboard
Usually the play in the board is limited/controlled by the width of the center board trunk. The pin is just a pivot point. There is typically quite a bit of slop in the trunk/board interface so the board doesn't get hung up by marine
growth or small stones if you are 'fortunate' to run aground.
'Ae'a, Pearson 35
'Ms American Pie', Sabre 28 Mark II