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Given your rigging
is coming up on 30 years old... it might make sense to replace it, especially if your boat is on salt water. If it is on fresh water, and always has been, the rigging
might be fine. But $375 isn't that much and replacing it might be a good idea.
Originally Posted by Iflyka200s
So…. Is the general consensus, “when in doubt replace?” I’m asking because my new (to me) 80 Catalina is box stock and it appears while the boat was well cared for, most everything is original…
I know there isn’t a lot of stress on a Catalina 22 rigging
but better safe than sorry?
What say you all?
BTW.. Catalina Direct sells the whole rigging
1980 S/K Catalina 22 # 9846
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