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Isomat Mast

I have a Mirage 35 and I am looking for the ring which attaches to the front of the Mast for a Whisker Pole. I am not looking for one that can move up or down, just one that I can slide on my mast and set at a certain height. Any suggestions on where I can get one? Additionally, a 13' pole would be nice to. Leo
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Check with EB Spars in Dorion Quebec or possibly with Rigrite in the US
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Window Replacement

With the new whisker pole ring done now I am fixing the leaky windows. My windows are in an aluminum frame surrounded by a grey vinyl or rubber seal. Where can I purchase this seal or do I forget the seal and us some sort of sealant? I have a 35', 1990 Mirage. Any suggestions. Leo
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Hi Leo,
You should join Mirage's Yahoo group, lots of well informed Mirage owners on there. I do remember seeing something posted about the window gaskets.

Allan
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You should join Mirage's Yahoo group, lots of well informed Mirage owners on there.
Allan
Do you have a link for them? Several people have told me about this group, but I haven't had much luck in hooking up. Either I am hitting the wrong site; or the right site is down for mtce.
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Many thanks for the link! I'll let you know how it turns out.
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