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were are you getting 1200 quotes for the rigging? like above you can do it yourself or replace a couple at a time...

if your not experienced with theses things have someone who is take a look and recomend what needs attention and replacement first

If you were to take the mast down you can send all your old rigging to a place like riggingonly.com and you get the new stuff back in a week or 2.

Id bet going that route youd spend about 600 at the most for new rigging, and quality work...
 
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secosouth in florida...

but there are many places

I did mine the stays I replaced I should add with swage up top and norseman down below...measured twice cut once...

its easy, you can see some pics on my islander 36 thread...

cheers
 
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