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Has anyone seen a Pearson 26 with a cabin top traveller retrofit.
It is probably the only way to have a dodger/bimini combination.
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Is the mainsheet end-boom sheeted currently??? If so, your boom may not be strong enough to deal with being mid-boom sheeting. The forces go up significantly as you move forward on the boom.

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Yes, the mainsheet is currently at the end of the boom.
How would I go about finding out if it is strong enough?
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