I'm on board with your thoughts Dennis and Joel. Some complications are that the depth of the concave curvature to accommodate the mast is 1-5/8ths which is a lot of sanding. Furthermore the maximum available thickness for starboard is 1" so some sort of stacking will be needed.
Thanks for the idea, Josh On Feb 9, 2018 7:20 PM, "Josh Muckley via CnC-List" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > Ok Guys, > > I've been test fitting the whisker pole and track extensions to the mast > while it is pulled. I need an extra section of track to get the inboard > end of the pole high enough so that I can stow the pole on the mast. I'm > pretty much all set but I'm down to the chock which will hold the outboard > end of the pole. The chock has a flat base and needs to be mounted on the > curved leading edge of the mast. > > I'm interested in the collective wisdom as to how to handle this situation. > > > Thanks, > > Josh Muckley > S/V Sea Hawk > 1989 C&C 37+ > Solomons, MD > > _______________________________________________ > > Thanks everyone for supporting this list with your contributions. Each > and every one is greatly appreciated. If you want to support the list - > use PayPal to send contribution -- https://www.paypal.me/stumurray > > >
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