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Pigs, no its a Facnor code zero check it here... click on code zero, then custom range


Its pretty cool, you can have a cruising sail the same siza as a racing sail..

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Actually Giu, I was messin' with you as profurl is a french company.
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Facnor is French too.

But I do it on purpose..I put it in the front so I keep chasing it, to beat it up...that way the boat goes faster...

Facnor, Sparcraft, Charleston Spars etc..all French...but don't ell anyone...

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Windlass photo how to

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I found this on the web and think it might be a way to install a windlass that will fit our needs.
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http://www.c34.org/projects/projects...lass-rose.html
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Nothing like a Catalina man to show you poor boys how to do it right. Just think how good Giu's would look if he had seen this install first. Too bad Giu. SHould have asked CD.

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Nothing like a Catalina man to show you poor boys how to do it right. Just think how good Giu's would look if he had seen this install first. Too bad Giu. SHould have asked CD.

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And..... from another Catalina list here is a link to a video of a similar windlass install - www.boatworksmagazine.com
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Is that because Catalinas never come with proper ground tackle handling gear???
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Is that because Catalinas never come with proper ground tackle handling gear???
SD - My c320 came Standard with an electric windlass unlike the B321 in this posting that didn't even offer it as an option. One of the multitude of reasons I will continue to stand up for Catalinas as opposed to the other 2 of the big 3 Production Boats. Also ...just as on the Catalina lists - no owner will be left standing alone - so I'll gladly share some of CD's abuse
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Let me pick on the BBQ king* in peace... Unlike his chicken...

But isn't the ChristyLeigh a Nauticat...


*CD's latest Latts & Atts story...
SD - Oh.. ya... It's a the Nauticat I dreamed of for years and I love it..... but it was Very Hard to leave behind my c320 . The c28 before it.... not so much, but I really enjoyed the c320 for 6 years . Pick away... he tells me he has really tough skin
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