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PostPosted: Nov 17th, '06, 14:32 
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I found this in the Red Witch site and thought it might interest some folks http://www.redwitch.asn.au/sites/masthead.pdf


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Getting your mast tuned is a beautiful thing. Check out the North Sails Tuning Guides at http://www.northsails.dk/no/TuningGuides.asp - If your class isn't there, look at some for general information such as tips for getting your mast "in column" and setting mast rake (in the guide for the Catalina 22).

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 Post subject: mast tuning - lite guide
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Here are the basic principles of mast tuning explained clearly

http://www.ballengerspars.com/mtguide5-97.html

might be helpful if you can't find anything specific to your boat


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