Camber spar too long?

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Re: Camber spar too long?

Post by Grimsby_Alan »

I’ve noticed while rigging mine that it goes on much more easily if the curve of the spar is oriented upwards. Hope it helps.
1984 F32 Hoyt hull #41
Port Dalhousie, Ontario

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Re: Camber spar too long?

Post by jlodolce »

It took me a few years to figure this out on my 40/40 #16. I attach the camberspar to the aft/mast end of the the camberspar first, raise the jib, run a small heavy twine through the grommets to the bow rail, pulling the sail forward until I can get the bolts through the grommets and metal clip. The key is raising the sail most of the way.
Jim Lo Dolce
Lo Dolce Vita VII
Freedom 40/40 #16 1995
Sackets Harbor, NY (Lake Ontario)

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