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Old 03-03-2011
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John,

When we measured the mast last week for the track we notinced the front part of the mast was not flat. We are concerned that when we put the track in the slot that the only thing holding the track in will be the wedge ( hard to visualize) of the track inside the mast, and because the outside front of the mast is not flat the track may rotate under a load.

Does your Ontario have a similar mast? If so has this been a problem. I really want to go with this system as it seems the best and like you said most who use it are pleased with it. We are getting a new Quantum full batten main which makes it even more important to have it.

Dave
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