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post #7 of Old 06-21-2007
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I would also take the mast down and check the mast head sheaves. It might be worth replacing them so you can use all line halyards. Synthetic halyards, with a dyneema or spectra core will work better than rope-to-wire halyards, and can be flipped end-for-end to help spread out the wear on the line.


Get Brian Toss's book, The Complete Rigger's Apprentice. That covers what you're doing fairly thoroughly.

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