Very few boats were built with undersized standing rigging. When standing rigging fails, it is usually a matter of a failure at a terminal, where it passes over a spreader tip, or where there is a bad lead angle at the chain plate or tang. There are downsides to oversizing the rigging or changing to a single size. Lower shrouds are generally smaller than uppers so that the uppers and lowers stretch proportionately keeping the mast straight, or curved the right way. The added weight signicantly makes the boat feel less stabile because it is less stabile. I would therefore suggest replacing the rigging as the boat was designed and built.