Mast Refit (part 2)

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patentnick
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Mast Refit (part 2)

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For the lower inner forestay fitting, I chose Selden’s “O” fitting which was marginally easier to install. The backing plates for the running backstay " T" fittings are also by Selden.

Nicholas
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Selden's "O" forestay fitting accepts eye terminals or toggles.
Selden's "O" forestay fitting accepts eye terminals or toggles.
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The front plate serves as a template for marking and drilling.
The front plate serves as a template for marking and drilling.
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Coating the hole edges  with Duralac.
Coating the hole edges with Duralac.
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Lower inner forestay fitting in place.
Lower inner forestay fitting in place.
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Selden's backing plates for the running backstays accept the company's T terminals.
Selden's backing plates for the running backstays accept the company's T terminals.
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Starting to drill the 30mm holes with a holesaw.
Starting to drill the 30mm holes with a holesaw.
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Backing plates riveted in place.
Backing plates riveted in place.
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Nicholas Koligiannis
Moments of Clarity
Hull No. 334
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