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post #5 of Old 04-15-2012
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Re: standing rigging

Thanks for the response! The turnbuckles move freely, the threads of the bolts arent galled...But the shroud that is loose has its turnbuckle tightened all the way and is still slack, and the taught shroud has its turnbuckle loosened to its last few threads, do the shrouds stretch? Why would the starboard lower shroud be so short that the turnbuckle had no more room to be loosened? If I just decide to have a pro rigger do it, what do you think it might cost me, ballpark? I appreciate your time and all information, thank you for reading!
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