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Re: Question re: fully retracting centerboard, easily??/ Working on

I used the larks head for it's simplicity in a very tight space and to keep both lines nice and parallel on the pulley. Yes there is a single point of failure
dan sullivan
Jun 1
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Re: Question re: fully retracting centerboard, easily??/ Working on

Nice shots...looks like you have everything. :) I don't know where you would get that guide if it was missing. You can see where the green cable swag hits the
dan sullivan
Jun 1
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Re: Question re: fully retracting centerboard, easily??/ Working on

My apologies.  The images went through, the text did not, apparently  : ( Before I cut the original cable & replace with the spectra, my plan will be to
Bruce Kinzinger
Jun 1
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Re: Question re: fully retracting centerboard, easily??/ Working on

From: "dan sullivan sailhard@... [macgregor19sailboats]" To: "macgregor19sailboats@yahoogroups.com"
Bruce Kinzinger
May 31
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Re: Question re: fully retracting centerboard, easily??/ Working on

http://www.dougpile.com/mac19/p17.html My centerboard sticks up also, but not too much. when it's full of water it usually drops down if you jump on the top
dan sullivan
May 30
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Re: Question re: fully retracting centerboard, easily??/ Working on

Two questions about the centerboard mechanism/ friction issues: 1. The block or pulley that guides the cable just aft of the board (directly visible from the
Bruce Kinzinger
May 29
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Cheap jack plate on ebay

Outboard Jack Plate http://www.ebay.com/itm/Outboard-Jack-Plate-/301637416787?hash=item463afdb753&vxp=mtr
sailhard1964
May 19
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Re: Macgregor 19 in California

I trolled for years thinking this is the right boat for me, looking at this yahoo group, ebay, craigslist alerts as well as
matthew_in_europe
May 11
#2392
 
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Re: Macgregor 19 in California

I found mine in Golden Colorado. I did a 72 hour speed run and she was back home in Ventura,California. I had seen a couple in state, but they were a little
Shawn Martin
May 10
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Re: Macgregor 19 in California

This site is a good source, clearly. I had a sanibel 18, when North Star came on the market 2+ years ago. Being a unique boat, there aren't many, but not many
Bruce Kinzinger
May 9
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Re: Macgregor 19 in California

I drove from MA to PA for mine...Found her on EBAY... :) keep looking To: macgregor19sailboats@yahoogroups.com From: macgregor19sailboats@yahoogroups.com Date:
dan sullivan
May 9
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Re: Macgregor 19 in California

I did the same thing here in Florida. Looked for about 2 years locally, cast my net a bit further and missed out on a couple up the coast a bit and then
FlashGumby
May 9
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Macgregor 19 in California

Hello, I was wondering if anyone had a good advise to find a Macgregor 19 for sale? I have been searching for a Macgregor 19 sailboat on craigslist, but so far
mg021977
May 8
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Re: Coupler height

Thanks Ron, what I l really meant is in terms of towing the package nice and flat. As discussed for example here: Choosing the Correct Ball Mount |
leroadrunner
May 6
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Re: Coupler height

It only becomes important when you put the rudders down. You want the rudders to clear at least a couple inches as you back down the ramp. Of course this may
Ron Buckles
May 6
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