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07-30-2012 02:02 PM
Re: Broken dinghy mast.

come on, what happened ....??
07-30-2012 02:04 AM
Steve in Idaho
Broken dinghy mast.

Had a little dumb accident I don't want to go into details about - but the result is the mast on my C-Lark 14 is broken about 2' from the top. It's a clean break, and hanging on by one side. Can this be welded - or am I looking at a new mast?

If a new mast is required, what are my options - or should I call it a loss and get another boat? The C-Lark does what I need for now, but if I have to replace it, I'd go with something a couple feet longer but the same basic design.

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