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Pearson 27 Rigging

Greetings! I recently purchased a 1987 Pearson 27. It is missing the traveler block and I am unclear on how the mainsheet is rigged. Can anyone post a picture or drawing on what it looks like? It would be a huge help before sailing season. Thanks! SailorMark
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