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Re: Need Help rigging a Macgregor 22

Hey Jeff, I'm so sorry that Mary is in conflict today. I am ordering wire to replace my backstay. Next I need to have someone look at my keel. There is a lot to look at, but I'm sure it is probably necessary. I am also looking for a small motor. I think I'll get the Suzuki 6 for 1400 hundred. Hope Mary is feeling better.
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Re: Need Help rigging a Macgregor 22

What is wrong with the keel?
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Re: Need Help rigging a Macgregor 22

Nothing was wrong the last time I sailed it, but I have never checked it for wear, or lubed it and I know there are several things that can be bad; cable, bolts etc. I need to fi d someone here who can do that.
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Re: Need Help rigging a Macgregor 22

Amoungst other things, I am a light sport aircraft mechanic and have a nifty fiber scope that I use to look at places on an aircraft that you can not see otherwise. If you do not find a sail mechanic, perhaps in a week or so let me know and I can bring you my scope and we can take pictures of the cable where it connects to the KEEL. I believe it would fish in through the same hole as the winch cable. We can look for fraying and such, and take photos for records.

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