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Re: Converting to internal halyards

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....My main does *not* fall into the stackpack unless it's pretty much completely de-powered. Should it?
Not if itís powered up, it wonít. If the wind is forward of the mast, can you ease off the boom, so itís essentially into the wind, even if the boat is not? Downwind, Iíd likely center the boom and run near the slip. May not work on your rig.


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Re: Converting to internal halyards

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I can't tell from the pictures what is going on here but this looks to me as though a deck mounted spring loaded blocks or under mast plate with blocks should be in this setup to transition from vertical to horizontal.
Um, the lines exit the mast not quite horizontal, maybe 20ļ down. So they donít enter the deck organizer quite straight. Is that what youíre talking about? They run fine, they donít bind at all.
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