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  1. swervinervin


    Joined Aug 18, 2015
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    Grampian 23
    US Mackinaw City
    The top of my mast has four pulleys, two fore and two aft. The mast has no place for the halyards to exit except at the very bottom of the mast. It would seem that this would cause excessive chaffing to the halyards. Also the exit at the bottom of the mast are forward and there appears to be no means of routing the halyards to the winch. Any information or pictures would be greatly appreciated.:)

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