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Does anyone know what size Luff stlye luff tape is on a Sabre 28

Looking at some sails on Ebay and I'm not sure about my luff rope for the roller furling. My manual is 1 1/2 hours away(if is in the manual)
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What brand and size of furler do you have You should be able to find it on the manufactureres web site. For that size of boat I would expect number 6.

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get them cheap enough to afford having your sailmaker fix it.
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Of course, this assumes that the boat was never modified from stock... which isn't always the case.

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