|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|12-17-2007 01:18 PM|
Originally Posted by US25 View Post
|12-04-2007 01:39 PM|
|davidcctx||have fun with that one...murphys law always rules|
|07-26-2007 06:44 PM|
|US25||It won't be a problem, unless some serious wind comes along. But you should know, that when only one stay or shroud is removed, it tends to shrink. (jk, but it sure seems that way).|
|07-26-2007 05:32 PM|
|camaraderie||Yep...just use the halyard. Or the halyard AND the topping lift if you're stressed about it! (g)|
|07-26-2007 05:21 PM|
Chainplate Inspection w/Rigging Up
Wonder if any of you have experience removing/inspecting/replacing the chainplate for your aft stay while the rigging is still up. I intend to replace that chainplate on my T37 and would prefer not to take the mast down to do it. How can this be done safely? Should I use a halyard run aft to keep tension on the mast while removing the aft stay?
Any tips or experiences woudl be much appreciated.