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Newport Lockley Surprise rigging

project done. added three lbs lead to bottom of keel and she sails much flatter in 15 - 20 wind.

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Re: Newport Lockley Surprise rigging

Wish I could help, best of luck with the scout project!
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project done
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Re: Newport Lockley Surprise rigging

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project done. added three lbs lead to bottom of keel and she sails much flatter in 15 - 20 wind.
That's quite an improvement for just 3 lbs.
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