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(3)Roger that Bill. I was startled to find that the 2 battery cables were in split black corrugated plastic conduit which extended right through the bulkhead
(42)Thanks Bill! I did see your post on the deck hardware changes, but your message has more excellent info. I’m not only new to J/42s, but new to sailing as
(5)Be careful using the new greased thread table for our midlife keel bolts. I guess the new thread torque would be conservative given thread surface roughening.
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(53)No sweat Barry. But rebuild may be optimistic, depending how deep you want to go. I think many key parts are no longer manufactured, but get in touch when you
(12)Autocorrect keeps getting Bowman wrong. It is BOWMAR Sent from my iPhone On Nov 4, 2017, at 12:41 PM, William Stellin
(20)What’s for lunch, I have to wash my hair. Fred Hawes J46 #16, Anona Sent from my iPhone ... What’s for lunch, I have to wash my hair. Fred Hawes J46 #16,
(15)Bill Falling overboard is a very serious concern. For that reason we also sail with petmanently rigged 5/8” Larry Pardey lines from stern pulpit to 1” x
(16)For our primary we use 250' of 5/16" high-test ACCO G4 chain along with a Rockna 20. The chain is spliced to 350' of 5/8" nylon three-strand rode, with an
(3)We own Hull #6 which we bought new. I prefer full keel as the boat has great performance and can be successfully raced as well as cruised. Google Bill and Judy
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