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Remember with longer halyard there will be more stretch. Make sure to get low stretch rope.
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Re: P26-redirect halyards to cockpit

Nice arrangement! Thanks for the pics.
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Re: P26-redirect halyards to cockpit

rhr1956 - it looks like the pics you posted got deleted. Any chance of emailing them to me? I decided I was going with the aluminum plate set-up that you created. My thought was to thread the plate and mast rather than use the pop-rivets but then started thinking I won't have any nuts or backing inside the mast unless I take the mast down (which I'm trying to avoid).

Does anyone have an opinion on the need for nuts or washers on the threaded bolts to hold plates on? I was going to use eight, 1/4x20 bolts to hold each plate on.
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Re: P26-redirect halyards to cockpit

http://i1217.photobucket.com/albums/...g?t=1334863195

Try the link to my photobucket
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Re: P26-redirect halyards to cockpit

As an alternative, you can get a plate to go under the mast base that has holes for attaching blocks. I put one on my P30 and am very happy with it. There is no need for a backing plate in the mast if you go this route.

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Re: P26-redirect halyards to cockpit

rhr1956 - thanks, i can get the pics on photobucket.

Also, thanks for the mast plate alternative.
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Re: P26-redirect halyards to cockpit

I have a P26 One Design, I'll take a picture of my set up.
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Re: P26-redirect halyards to cockpit

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I have a P26 One Design, I'll take a picture of my set up.
I would very much like to see the pictures of your setup as I've just acquired a P26 OD.

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