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Old 12-05-2012
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Re: rod rigging replacement

the conversion is not always easy to do one wire at a time. it depends on the type of tang you have on the mast. if it is a tang and fork with clevis pin it is not difficult. if they used the stem ball tangs with the threaded cross bar then it means the removal of the mast. have it inspected as it might be possible to re-head the rods. the rod itself will last forever.
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