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rigging a genoa/main

I need know the proper rigging for a buccaneer 270. Pictures would be helpful. I think the previous owner changed the main sail rigging to a two sheets mount on top of the cabin and mid boom. I think the genoa is missing a couple blocks on the rail. What would be a good furling system for this boat?
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BUCCANEER 270 Sailboat details on sailboatdata.com



Found this too.. don't know if it will download.

http://www.buccaneersailing.org/CompleteManual.pdf
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thanks been to all those, the manuel has more on backing a trailer than rigging
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