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Vaea's New Rudders finally lashed on!

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Vaea's New Rudders finally lashed on!
Little by little, step by step, if you get my drift. . . ;) [img]http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2480/3590365627_038e668cc0.jpg[/img] Those with sharp eyes will notice I missed a hole at the top lashing: saw it after I took the photo and fixed it! :oops:
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Re: Vaea's New Rudders finally lashed on!
Hi Kim, Looking very good. If we didn't make mistakes we would never make anything ? We broke the tiller bar going out to the mooring first time out. A new one is being painted at the moment. I also need to work up a tramplone A.S.A.P., falling through a faded one was not in the plan. It's all part of the fun. I hope you are back in the water soon, Regards, Jackie.
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Re: Vaea's New Rudders finally lashed on!
Thanks, Jackie. Here is a shop that specializes in multihull netting and knotless tramps: [url]http://www.multihullnets.com/[/url] Otherwise known as Sunrise Yacht Products. Vaea's front tramp came from them. It's 1" wide webbing, with 1 1/2 or 2" openings. Very comfortable to walk or lay on.
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Looks good Kim i like the Wharram logo.
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Re: Vaea's New Rudders finally lashed on!
tatoski, I raised the rudders by 3/8"above the skeg, and then transferred the top of the rudder marks to the sterns. I then made a mark 1/8" above those marks to use as the top of the stern marks. Clear as mud? :lol:
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