Message #970 by:  tramp man
Posted on:  Monday 2nd of August 2004 at 11:46 am
usually due to cmpression of bolt rope on leading edge
of tramp.
best bet, if rest of tramp is ok, is to take it to sailmaker
and have a new bolt rope sewn in. Should be relatively
cheap, and better than eyelets and ropes all over the
It is unlikely to be a fault with the beam


Goto Message #
View all messages in this thread View in format suitable for printing Back to the forum index page

Messages in this thread:
hobie cat 16 trampoline by Steve Miles on 01.08.2004
     tramp by tramp man on 02.08.2004
          trampoline by steve miles on 02.08.2004
               Tramp by JON on 02.08.2004
                    Spot the typo! by Jon on 02.08.2004
                    cheap sailmaker by no way! on 02.08.2004
                    tramp again and new question by steve miles on 06.08.2004
                         Tight tramp by Jon Worthington on 06.08.2004
                         Cats in Scotland by Chris Browning on 09.08.2004

Reply to this message:

Email: (optional)

(c) 2002 British Hobie Cat Class Association
Comments? - click to contact the webmaster