Stus-List Used main
wpottt at gmail.com
Tue May 22 12:25:34 EDT 2012
Since you are local, go over to Bacon's and check it out, they will roll it
out for you. Bacons do not rate "Very Good" on a sail very often, so it
must be a higher end sail. $750 is a great price for the sail if it is in
fact still in good shape. A new one would go for $4000- $7000 depending.
There are also numerous other vendors on-line selling used sails if you
don't like this one. I believe Bacon will give you some time to bend it and
see if it fits, so that may ease your concerns. Good luck!
On Tue, May 22, 2012 at 9:30 AM, Joel Aronson <joel.aronson at gmail.com>wrote:
> I was hoping to get another season out of my main, but it needs to have
> major done or be replaced. I'm getting quotes on a new main, but came
> across this one at Bacon's:
> Catalog Number: 284-HDGM-175 Luff: 41' 0" Leach: 43' 0" Foot: 12' 3" Head:
> 0' 0" Price: $750.00 #26 C&C38, LF38. MAIN 7.4 oz DACRON BY ULMER. 1/2"
> ROUND NYLON SLUGS WEBBED TO GROMMETS ON COVERED ROPE LUFF & FOOT. LEECH
> LINE. PEEL OFF "C & C 38" INSIGNIA. TAKES FOUR STANDARD BATTENS - INCLUDED.
> SOME STICKY RESIDUE FROM PEELED-OFF NUMBERS. MINOR STAIN/SOIL. VERY GOOD.
> YELLOW BAG. 36 lbs.
> I assume the sail is off of a Landfall, and that the rig is stiffer than
> on my 35/3.
> Even though it fits the spars, would this be a poor choice for a main due
> to the differences in the rigs? Should I just bite the bullet and go for a
> new rag?
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