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Does anyone know the size of the mast slides for a US Spars Z501 mast?
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Why not call US Spars and ask???


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Does anyone know the size of the mast slides for a US Spars Z501 mast?

Hi Trickyricky,
What SailingDog was trying to say was "No, Sorry. Don't have that info but welcome aboard. We hope you hang around and get a feel for the place and the many varied personalities around here.
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The fine people at Rig-Rite have your answer. I have used them before and were very pleased with the results. I had to replace a traveller car that was way old and not mage anymore. I sent them a picture and they sent me the new model car.

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EDIT: i am not affiliated with Rig-rite in any way other than being a satisfied customer

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Hi everyone,

Thanks for your replies. I had contacted US Spars and they told me that my slides are " HA 89". The problem is that neither myself or the sail maker knows what that means. I'm having a storm trisail made for a 2002 Beneteau 331 with a classic mast(non-furling) and I wanted them to attach the slides. however I don't want to risk having the wrong ones attached.

Rick

Thanks again! I have found out the actual size for the slide. "Slides are 5/8" wide, 1-3/16" long with a 5/32" waist."

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