Yes the broken mast was hollow. I reiterate that it had taken a horrible beating prior to failing. I still have faith in the method as illustrated by the factdennis.mcfadden52
There are lots of ways. For a relatively short mast in a slot top, solid works. Just drop the mast in the step and lift it up. The ergonomics are such thatclumber03
Posted a pic with build description. Staves to be 20% of mast thickness at base. So 4" mast would need to be 0.8". Probably go even 1".jolly_roger_4570
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