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Sorry to hear that too.
Some pictures would help a lot (as you promised)
Without knowing anything specific about the O'Day, you might be able to get that section repaired by cutting it, adding an inner-sleeve, and then riveting a piece of new aluminium profile to replace the bottom 4 inches (or whatever). Several mast has been repaired like this, and some (older) are made that way from birth.
It also sounds like a great idea to replace all the chain plates.
Watch great footage about the story of one manís slow odyssey around the UK:
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Last edited by JomsViking; 05-30-2009 at 11:34 AM.
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