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I HAVE A 24 FOOT CC SHARK 1968 MODEL THAT I AM TRYING TO GET READY TO PUTIN THE WATER BUT THE STANDING RIGGING IS INCOMPLETE. I AM MISSING THE MAST SPREADERS AND DONOT KNOW WHERE TO GO TO GET THE SPECS FOR THIS OLD OF BOAT ANY HELP OR ADVICE WOULD BE WELCOME.
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Dave, I''m sure everyone would appreciate it if you would place BB messages in lower case.

I''d encourage you to visit www.briontoss.com and move to the Spartalk BB to pose your question. In addition, you might review the archives for similar Q&A.

Brion''s considered a premier U.S. rigger and his website is right up your alley...altho'' I think it was much more helpful back when he & his staff were responding more frequently. I''m afraid you''ll be stuck with other lay people like us!

Another resource is Brion''s revised _Rigger''s Apprentic_ where he tackles such topics as yours. I''ll bet you develop a set of specs for your new spreaders just from reading that section of the book. I believe WM carries it.

Good luck on the search.

Jack
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TRY RIG RITE, RIGGING ONLY, OFFSHORE SPARS, AND ALSO TRY HALL SPARS.
ERIC
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