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Re: newbie daves got another question




There should be two 10-24 holes toward the bottom of the squared part of the
rear of the board. The normal way of fastening the cable, is to put a strap
eye on the back of the board. Fasten the eye with 10 x 24 stainless machine
screws. If by any chance the holes are not there, They should be taped at
least one half inch deep on one and a half inch centers. I have the straps
at $.75 each.
Gene
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From: "DB27513 (David)" <db27513@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <sanjuan23@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, December 13, 2004 8:22 AM
Subject: newbie daves got another question


> Hey all - question - Ive been all over Bob Schimmels Tech Tips, and one
> minor detail I havnt seem to be able to find, is the exact location of
> the centerboard hoist cable. My boat came with a new stainless steel
> centerboard, and the cable has not been attached. When the board is
> down, can you see point where the cable is attached?  Guy at marina
> suggested best way to do this is to weld a loop on edge of CB (as
> opposed to drilling hole). Anyone with experience on this?
>
> THanks in advance
>
> Dave in NC
>
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