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Old 09-23-2011
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Standing Rigging replacement on Cape Cod

I'm looking to replace my standing rigging this winter. Does anybody know of anyone on Cape Cod that can be trusted with such a project? My boat is a 1980 Pearson P-35.
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Rigging Only right in Mass.

When you pull your mast for the season, have your yard pull the clevis pins and hand you your standing rigging (you label it first, of course). Put it in a box and mail it to Rigging Only in Fairhaven, Mass. They will measure and renew each piece and send it back for you to re-install next Spring.

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I agree with BELLATRIX Rigging Only in Fairhaven is a great company to work with.
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I agree with BELLATRIX Rigging Only in Fairhaven is a great company to work with.
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Sounds like a great solution. Even I can pull clevis pins!

Do they have a store front, so if I stop by and drop everything off they can talk to me and go over any options or suggestions?

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They do have a storefront at 50 Fort Street in Fairhaven their hours are posted on their website HOME

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