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Need info on rigging and rudder for a 1974 Hunter 25

Ive got a 1975 Hunter 25. Its missing the rudder and all standing rigging. I need to find info on building a new rudder for it and the lenghts of the stays to i can raise the mast.
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old hunter specs

I just bought a 1977 hunter 25 a couple weeks ago.
I have all gear required to sail (as far as I know) so I'd be happy to help you out. My rudder goes through the aft of the hull I want to make sure you have the same setup before I measure it all out.

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I have a parts boat with a lot of good stuff. Mast, boom, new sails, furler for head sails, etc.

It's a 1977 Hunter 25 with good hull, nasty inside, and working rigging, and new sails.
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