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Rigging asymmetrical spin on 350

My partner and I bought a 350 last year which came with an asymetrical spin - which we have never flown. Could someone please walk us through how to attach the tack to bow of a 350 and what are optimal settings for cars on tracks -assuming we use the existing headsail tracks??

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My partner and I bought a 350 last year which came with an asymetrical spin - which we have never flown. Could someone please walk us through how to attach the tack to bow of a 350 and what are optimal settings for cars on tracks -assuming we use the existing headsail tracks??

thanks!

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No, I can't. Mostly b/c you haven't indicated what type of boat you have.
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Sorry - it is a Catalina 350
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I imagine asking someone here might be a good place to start:

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