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10-10-2012 05:55 PM
mark30catalina
Roller Furling on C250

I purchased a boat and had it moved from one marina to another. The guy that did it was not a pro. I have the mast stepped but the rigging does not seem long enough. We put temporary links on back stay and did not adjust forestay. The roller was never taken off the mast head. As the mast stands now the roller is off to one side at the mast head. It is a CDI. Should the top of the roller be offset or centered. It appears other rollers in marina have some off set.

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