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Hunter Vision 32 Isomat Boom Rigging

Does anyone have the specs for the reefing and outhaul lines that run through the isomat boom and lead back to the cockpit on a 1990-ish Hunter Vision 32?

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Dog ... great suggestion, but I already was in touch with Hunter. They sent specs for halyards, sheets, traveler control, lazy jacks and anchor line ... but no info on reefs and outhaul. (BTW .. if anyone wants those specs, I'd be glad to provide them)

Just hoping someone on the board might have the length required for first and second reef and the outhaul.
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Just FYI, the reefing line lengths will vary depending on where your sailmaker put the reefing points.

Did you call the spar manufacturer, they may have the outhaul specs at least.
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RonRelyea, would you mind sending me the rigging specs you have so far for the Visions 32? I have the same boat, hull #90, made in 1989, and need to replace a lot of the lines, lazy jacks, and so on. Thanks.
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Hunter Vision 32 Rigging Specs

JP ... I can't seem to upload the attachments ... I sent you a private message with my email ... send me yours and I will forward the PDF document from Hunter to you

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reefing rigging info

hi, i would love a copy of that as well. Mine were pulled out and i have no clue as to how to rerig them, but really want to. Thanks!!!
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