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Help!! I bought a 14 ft Chrylser Dagger and could not figure out how to rig it on what would have been the maiden voyage today. My buddy who has some sailing experience could not figure it out either. Would someone please send me the copy of the manual or tell me how to get one. Thanks
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Hello. I just bought and restored a chrysler dagger. I was wondering if there is any way to put the mast up with one person? Also if anyone had a copy of the manual I would also like a copy. I need to rig a boom vang and I am not sure how to do it. Thank you.
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Chrysler Dagger Manual

I have a Chrysler Dagger. I am looking for a manual. If anyone has a copy or a PDF Copy I would greatly appreciate it. This site is also looking for a copy.
Chrysler Sailing Association Web Site.
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please send me a copy of the manual when you get a chance. you seem to be the only person with one!

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Chrysler Dagger manual?

Have any of the posters here gotten a copy of the manual for the Chrysler Dagger, and if so, anyone willing to pass a copy along?
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kiscica
email address is sni at kiscica.com
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I also could use a manual, Thanks

This is my first post. Error message says I need 2 posts to list my email address. Here they come

Marshall Hall
PO Box 1163
Estancia NM 87016
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I had a 17 foot Supercat. At 60 years old it was just too much work. So I sold my cat and just got this Dagger.
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My email address is marshall.hall50@gmail.com
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Lightbulb Now Here's a thought....

Since each of us are sailing our Daggers without the manual, we have at least been able to figure out enough riggin gto make ti work. Why don't we photograph or sketch our rigs and share them?

I'm taking my '77 out for the first time today. I think I know how to rig it based on what I know about boats in general and from what the guy I bought it from to be able to rig her and sail. I'll take lots of photos and find a way to share them with this group.

Gordon
Captain, "Dee Marie"
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Chrysler Dagger Manual

Greetings All,

I just aquired a Dagger and would appreciate a copy of the manual or any other information anyone can supply.

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