{Stus-List} New owner, New member

Bill Coleman coltrek at verizon.net
Mon Jan 24 14:16:53 EST 2011


Seems like Locust would be a great wood for this - 

 

Bill Coleman

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On Behalf Of Ronald B. Frerker
Sent: Monday, January 24, 2011 1:33 PM
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Subject: Re: {Stus-List} New owner, New member

 


On mine, the Al  bed and mast crashed through the wooden block.  The 2 or 3
upright wood members were wet but OK.  On mine, they were held upright by a
metal brace.

When the mast dropped down, the exit sheaves from the halyards stopped the
mast, thus making it difficult to take the jib down.

I just replaced the wooden block with a nice dense piece of oak.  However,
when I epoxied it, I didn't saturate the end grain sufficiently and so water
got in.  I'll have to redo it again sometime, but it seems solid now.

Ron

Wild Cheri

 

Le 2011-01-22 à 15:59, Rick Bushie a écrit :

 

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