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Old 07-25-2013
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Re: Flying a Symmetrical Like an Asymmetrical

[QUOTE=Tanley;1064768]...the downhaul, which is rigged aft of the genoa...What am I missing?

I agree with you and I don't do it that way.

I don't have a furler but my tack downhaul block is forward of the forestay.
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