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Mast retrofitting

So, a tree fell on and destroyed our mast a few years ago, we are getting our boat ready to sail again and have come across a Coronado 25 mast. Our boat is a Catalina 22, does anyone have any advice on retrofitting the mast. I know they are the same length, but the step is different and so is the boom. Can it be done? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
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The key measurement is the section - which determines strength

the spreaders in the same location ?

Boom same height ?
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ok, thanks for that. any more info would be greatly appreciated

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I would never mess with a rig design, unless I was supremely technically qualified.
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