|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|02-20-2011 06:06 PM|
Originally Posted by paulk View Post
Check out the big boats, they don't have anything that's over 1/2". They just use higher tech lines.
|02-20-2011 03:27 PM|
|paulk||Tapering would be the best option if we were in the market for new sheets. Our spinnaker's 1000 square feet. 5/16" would tear off fingers a good puff, so our sheets are at least 5/8".|
|02-20-2011 12:21 PM|
|zz4gta||You could easily make your own. And the if you use larger spin sheets, just tapper the sheet to fit the 3/8 line, should be pretty easy. My spin sheets are 5/16 tappered to 1/4 then tappered again to 1/8" dyneema. Great grip where you want it, and light weight were you want it.|
|02-20-2011 10:12 AM|
'Tis clever... and simple. Should be great for twingers.
Wonder about the MSRP...
|02-20-2011 09:18 AM|
|paulk||The idea, execution, and ease of use look great. The max line size of 9 mm (3/8") would turn our spinnaker trimmer's hands into meatloaf pretty quick, though. We use thicker sheets for comfort. When is Sailnet going to carry these things, and when are they going to upsize them?|
|02-20-2011 05:55 AM|
Soft soft soft
Sail-World.com : Product of the week: Soft snatch block
Aint this the dogs b*****x.