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Keel material on a CAl 27 T2

Does anybody know what the Cal 27 T/2 (or Cal 27) used for keel material? Is it lead or iron?

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Lightbulb Re: Keel material on a CAl 27 T2

Lead, per an on-line brochure.
Actually, I'm pretty certain that all of the larger 70's Cal boats had lead ballast.

http://www.richardanderson.net/TechS...20Brochure.pdf

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Re: Keel material on a CAl 27 T2

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