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Deck Hand

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Posted - 30 January 2008 :  3:04:18 PM  Show Profile
Hi, We notice the Gooseneck connecting the boom to the mast on our Endeavour 26 was busted during yesterday's race.
Has anyone had to replace the gooseneck on their mast recently?
How did you do it?
Where did you get the parts. Looked at the Ronstan website, but they don't appear suitable (not strong enough)

Go Flow

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Posted - 30 January 2008 :  11:16:50 PM  Show Profile
Can you identify the maker? I noticed a very nice gooseneck fitted to "Four Seasons" by Roo Spars at Gosford.
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Greg Lowe

217 Posts

Posted - 01 February 2008 :  08:51:12 AM  Show Profile
Kytan and Haylee Maree also have Roo Spar goosnecks[mast and boom as well], a good solid job. you can contact Dave at http://www.roospar.com.au/contact_us.php if you want to discuss
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Posted - 01 February 2008 :  10:45:43 PM  Show Profile
Nefeli, if your boom is one of the older hexagonal ones ,it will probably be a sheerline ,they had bits available for their g/necks and i think they(sheerline spars )are still in business at Brookvale ....the roospar one is beauty ,but calls for some extra work...E.H.
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Main Sheet Hand

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Posted - 01 February 2008 :  11:38:57 PM  Show Profile  Send Dumaresq an AOL message
I was down at Sheerline this afternoon sorting out a new mast for the 24, speak to Westy @ Sheerline Spars, Rigging & Fabrication 19 West Street Brookvale 0418 222 731. Has plenty of gear there for the older style boats.


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