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Old 03-20-2003
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Sagging roof

Hi All,

I sail a Hurley 700(2nd season), a Dutch built Hurley 22,
and as many Hurley owners know there is a problem with the coachroof, it starts sagging after a couple of years.Not aware of this problem, I started looking up info on rigging, mine was too loose and couldn''t be adjusted, I''ve found info on above mentioned.
After lifting off the mast for winterstorage, I found my mastsupport(deckstepped mast) had fallen down, due to rising of the roof.Now most off the plywood supports seemed to be either rotting or at least have a lot off waterdamage(lack off maint.) in them.
Anybody have some info on how to repair/replace these supporting beams?
Sorry for the long story.

SV Hobgoblin
The Netherlands
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