[Public-List] Spreader Angle
mainstay at csolve.net
Wed Nov 5 08:27:15 PST 2008
Hello Derrick -
SURPRISE's were also angled forward - that is with the tips further forward
than the bases. I found this was due to them being installed backwards. I
flipped them over and took care to tune the rig with the forward lowers
quite taut, and the after lowers 'just taut'. I wanted to inhibit
performance-killing aft bend in the middle of the mast.
Hope that helps - Gord (who really should get back to the winch quote...)
On 11/5/08 11:16 AM, "Derrick Serrer" <cptn_derrick at yahoo.ca> wrote:
> Good day,
> The spreaders on my boat appear to be angled forward (I did not put them that
> way). Since the yard stepped the mast, I have thought that this appears to be
> incorrect and that they should be angled aft, so I had planned on reversing
> them the next time I had the mast down.
> Now there are a total of 4 A30's on my dock, and if you look closely at all 4
> boats, we are equally divided with 2 boats having the spreaders angled aft,
> and 2 boats appear to be angled foreward.
> Can someone tell me which is correct?
> Thank you,
> Mara #127
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