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Re: Traveler repair




MIKE
YES THE COMPANIONWAY BRIDGE WOULD VERY CLOSE TO THE SAN JUAN 24 TRAVELER.
SEVERAL SAN JUAN 23'S WERE BUILT THIS WAY, AND THE OWNERS SEEM TO LIKE THEM.
GENE
----- Original Message -----
From: <Mike.Robinson@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <sanjuan23@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2005 8:25 PM
Subject: Re: Traveler repair


> Gene:
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> would that be similar to the SJ 24 arrangement?
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> Michael J. Robinson, SPHR
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> #363  Obi Juan
> office - (828)-901-5283
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> Rudy
> Before you replace your traveler in the existing spot, you  might want to
> think about a traveler bridge over the companionway as was done on  the
> later boats. this moves the traveler away from the companionway , so there
> is no interference with the cabin access. Your traveler may be repairable.
> E  mail me at pgardnersj@xxxxxxx, and tell  me what is wrong. I may be
able
> to fix it.
> Gene Adams
> ----- Original Message -----
> From:  Rudolph Mayer
> To: San Juan 23 Mail listb
> Sent: Tuesday, February 15, 2005 3:15  AM
> Subject: Traveler repair
>
> My original traveler has met its  end. The sheaves are busted and the cam
> cleats now flop around. I have no idea  what kind it is since there are no
> markings and it rides on wheels on each  side of the track and I have not
> found anything like it since everything today  is on bearings on a
slightly
> different style  track.
>
> SO, I am about to replace the  entire traveler system…ouch this is
> expensive…with Harkensmall boat equipment.
>
> When I put this new traveler track  down, I am debating exactly what
> bedding/sealant to use….should I make it like  it’s permanent with 3M 5200
> or Sikaflex292 or  something a bit more forgiving…….I’m thinking permanent
> cause after I’ve  pulled the galley to get to these bolts, I’m not going
to
> be thinking about  doing this again in my lifetime. Any suggestions or
> comments?
>
> Rudy
>
> Thesaurus, New Bern,  NC
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