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Catalina 310 Radar Installation and Mast Tuning

I need your help on installing a Raymarine radar dome (2KW 18 inch and C80 charter plotter system)

1. Radar - The radar comes with a 15M cord. What is the best way to feed this through the mast to the radar dome mount? Do you have to cut it? If you cut it, what is the best way to create a junction box or adapter? Have you used the split pedestal adapter for mounting of the charter plotter?

2. Tuning - What are the best tensions on the shrouds and back stay for the 310 once we have the mast back up?


Dean Fowler
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