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The catch is, my shrouds are 10mm thick, which is not common, so they may be too wide for most of you,
It's a good idea to have them oversize anyway. Lets a little air circulate inside.
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They're not even carbon fiber, no wonder you want to get rid of them.

"Have a look at them here bellow...they're nice....a good addition for your boat...then maybe they make you go fast...they were on my boat! "
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I'm wondering what wimpy material your shrouds are made of that they need protection.

Hump, and they say Mac's have weak rigging.

Maybe you are just on the happy drugs.

Get well soon so that you can give a snappy reply.
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Alex,
I don't think that those shroud rollers will slow you down. Whats the hurry anyways ?
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I'm wondering what wimpy material your shrouds are made of that they need protection.


Bite me!!!

They were not to protect the shrouds, they were to prevent the genoa from getting damaged as it was wrongly cut and touched the shrouds...
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Dear John

Look what I brought home today..they're in my suit case already, and will be sent to you on my next trip to the US in March or April..

I may have a way to send them via one of my Customers.

You're lucky..these are the teflon ones..will last a life time!!





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Very nice!!

They will fit.

Much better than my pvc/plastic ones that are falling apart from UV exposure.

Thank you very much!! Now I have one more reason to look forward to spring.
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I am very sorry Alex. It appears John has been banned from our site. He told me to tell you he does not want your stinking protectors junk on his boat. He said, 'old shoe's don't need new strings....' whatever that means.

As such, I will take them. Too bad about John. He was a good moderator. Perhaps I can let him back (I mean maybe he will come back) after my new shipment arrives?

So, you still have my address?

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I am very sorry Alex. It appears John has been banned from our site. He told me to tell you he does not want your stinking protectors junk on his boat. He said, 'old shoe's don't need new strings....' whatever that means.

As such, I will take them. Too bad about John. He was a good moderator. Perhaps I can let him back (I mean maybe he will come back) after my new shipment arrives?

So, you still have my address?

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I am so tempted to flag this post as a violation of the SN user agreement....

Is it spring YET???
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I am very sorry Alex. It appears John has been banned from our site. He told me to tell you he does not want your stinking protectors junk on his boat. He said, 'old shoe's don't need new strings....' whatever that means.

As such, I will take them. Too bad about John. He was a good moderator. Perhaps I can let him back (I mean maybe he will come back) after my new shipment arrives?

So, you still have my address?

Brian
Sorry CD...they are for real boats only.....

They will not fit your boat..it will like a size 10 in size 5 shoes (lady size)...
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