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  • Birthday 29/01/1973

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    Stanmore Bay, Whangaparaoa
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    Old Whiskey, Older Boats and Ancient Muscle Cars

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  1. https://www.trademe.co.nz/3314148519 Can't guarantee it's the correct one but looks awful similar?
  2. Really aiming for simplicity and least modifications to a class boat possible. Had a deck mounted one on the 930 and had to remove anchor locker lid to use it whilst cruising but the 1020 split lid makes it a lot more practical. Prod will be removable with a single thumb turn screw at the back then just slips backwards out of the stem ring. While viat out of the water I'm adding a Bob stay tube to the knuckle but a heavy enough section prod can survive without one. (We had 19.7kts in 35kts on the 930 and ran a zero pretty tight with no breakages). However the 1020 is a fair bit heavier!
  3. It's for a deck mounted prod, so I could build it up where it slips through the ring. Most likely unstayed so 3.5mm may be a bit on the thin side? Can't recall the thickness of the one on my 930 but it was pretty beefy. What kind of length is it?
  4. Yeah got my last one from there. Just checking to see if a crew.orger had something kicking about
  5. Why would I want a prod on a 1020? Gennakers are just so hard to deal with on a family cruiser, there's all that pole carrying and clipping/unclipping, uphauls, downhauls, tweakers, wine glasses, death rolls and Chinese gybes.... oh wait... that's Spinnakers
  6. As description Need thick wall carbon mast/prod section parallel. 2-3 metres would be good! Cheers 022 044 9171
  7. After 3 terms of Labor with their "No overnighting on boats" policy, the bottom really fell out of the yacht market
  8. Yes I did clean the run up and no I don't know why last pic upside down
  9. Today Installed sail drive boot, epoxy primed and applied first coat of Antifoul. 2nd coated internal window trims, installed windows just in time to weatherproof boat for the forecasted rain! Windows a hard job solo in a breeze
  10. Friday afternoon/Saturday ... Painted new charcoal metallic boot top above my laboriously reclaimed white gelcoat factory stripe. Re drilled bolts for rudder top gudgeon, removed, freed up and reinstalled grease gland packers for bearings. Fitted rudder bearing tube and rudder. No play now! Installed new prop and prop speeded sail drive and prop. Wife and kids masked and sanded teak interior window trims. I prepped external window surrounds and installed vhb tape, and marked and masked window outlines.
  11. I wish Can you imagine the anguish that would cause in the Owners association! I'm probably already in trouble for changing the back stay to Dyneema...
  12. Was transported a shortish distance from yacht club to my house up a twisty road utilizing a Nissan Navara with a Hydraulic transmission lifter lashed on the tray, Borrowed digger trailer with an engine lifting crane bolted to the back end, motorcycle tie downs, carpet off cuts, a not insignificant amount of overhang, a firm belief in luck and no plausible Level 4 get out of jail story.... Middle coat is Resene 81a Etch Primer. Full System was: Linbide/orbital/ Hand Sand old coatings off. Detergent/waterblast extrusion. Allow to dry. Tramline Sand with 180g paper
  13. Also built a covid testing centre at home and painted a mast in it. 35 years old and she still scrubs up ok
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