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12-08-2008 04:49 PM
smackdaddy Heh-heh. Made you fall for it.....again.

Man, are you ever a troll, Dog!
12-08-2008 03:36 PM
sailingdog Smack-

Doubt they much care, given the post is EIGHT years old. DUH!!!
12-08-2008 02:57 PM
smackdaddy Windy,

I'm not sure Dog would agree with the alignment issue. You should probably ask him though. He's very helpful.

08-31-2000 04:57 AM
offshore spars & brass slides

Does your mast have a long crane extension.
It sounds like the halyard pull is not properly aligned with the track.
08-28-2000 08:31 AM
offshore spars & brass slides

new boat, brass slides and alum track, slides are jamming at gate when attempting to raise; despite lubricant....any thoughts ( second boat with this arrangement- first boat I had to change the slugs..gets costly & why do I have to?)

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