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IOM TRAPPER
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Rigging tension.
09.03.2015 at 16:43:12
 
Does anybody have any figures when using tension gauge on the rigging. My rigging is 5mm.  Smiley
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Re: Rigging tension.
Reply #1 - 09.04.2015 at 21:05:20
 
Hi, are you still looking for the rig tension info.  I have a sheet of paper with some numbers on it that was given to me when I bought my trapper 400. I can scan and email if wanted... Steve  
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Reply #2 - 10.04.2015 at 06:38:23
 
Yes please I still have to tweek before the season starts. My email is griffiths_paul@hotmail.com or you can just reply. I will let you know how she sails!

Thanks Paul Smiley
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Reply #3 - 13.04.2015 at 20:29:45
 
Hi

I could do with your sheet of numbers too!  I've also got 5mm rigging on "Califer", bought 3 seasons ago, but about which I can find no information.  She's got the newer spade rudder and keel, and heads to one side in the forepeak.  Don't know when the old scimitar keel/rudder configuration was changed.  I keep her on a swinging mooring in Portsmouth harbour.  The rig tension numbers would be useful: my email address is: will@perrett54.freeserve.co.uk

Thanks in advance.
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