[Public-List] Main Haylard Sheave Bolt

George Dinwiddie gdinwiddie at alberg30.org
Fri Mar 13 08:21:22 PDT 2020

I really should organize the information on sheaves. Jonathan, could you 
take some photos of the Tufnol sheave that I can post? I only seem to 
have a photo of an aluminum sheave.

  - George

On 3/13/20 8:38 AM, Mike Lehman via Public-List wrote:
> Jomathan
> This is even better
> http://www.alberg30.org/maintenance/disorganized/sheave/replacement_design/
> On Mon, Mar 9, 2020 at 2:02 PM Jonathan Bresler via Public-List <
> public-list at lists.alberg30.org> wrote:
>> Folks,
>> Tried to pull the main halyard sheave bolt.  That bolt has been there since
>> 1967, I'm guessing.  The bolt passes through a sleeve and the sleeve goes
>> through the holes on either side of the mast.  The sheave appears to be
>> Tufnol (brown color combination of resin impregnated cloth).  Guessing
>> that is 1967 vintage as well.
>> There are two plates, one on each side of the sheave, as well.
>> The bolt and sleeve, they move together will not come out of the hole.  I
>> can get it to move till the end of the bolt almost clears the plate on the
>> side of the sheave, but not quite.  Have pulled, twisted, pushed (using a
>> drift).  No luck.
>> Any suggestions?  How have others managed the to get the bolt out.
>> Jonathan
>> --
>> Jonathan M Bresler
>> S/V Constance Alberg 30 #262
>> Annapolis/Eastport MD
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