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Mirage 24, PLEASE HELP!!

I have a Mirage 24 that I am putting together. It is missing A LOT of rigging. Can someone please post/send me pictures of rigging setups for this boat? Specifically the boom to include reefing lines, outhaul setup, topping line setup, vang and mainsheet (I have the cockpit mounted traveller system). Please send a picture of the gooseneck, I am missing the slide and have no idea what this one looks like.

Any other rigging photos would be GREATLY appreciated.

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Dane
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Mirage 24 rigging

If you are interested, I have pictures of my Mirage 24 on the website below. It contains photos of the rigging that might help you.

mirage24 : Mirage 24 Owner's Group

Capt. Craig
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cwhami@gmail.com
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What exactly do you need?
Mine is on the hard right now so pics wont really work, but I'd be glad to help out if I can....
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