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standing rigging

does anyone know what size standing rig came on 1975 morgan out island 33 I am replacing mind and want to over do it for ocean sailing and I don't want to lose my mast
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Re: standing rigging

Kenny,
I have seen a lot of good advice on the Yahoo Group "morganowners" who have a number of Morgan 33 owners out there. Also, the Facebook page for Morgan Sailboats has a number of regular users who can answer that question. It is a very active group, so you shouldn't have to wait too long for an answer to your question.
Hope that helps, Lesley
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Re: standing rigging

On my OI 33 the for aft and upper side stays are 1/4". The lowers are 3/16"
Bob
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