Proper reeving of rudder lines?

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gahamby
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Re: Proper reeving of rudder lines?

Post by gahamby »

Pull the blue line, the rudder goes in. Pull the red line the rudder comes out.
Kevin Keller
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Re: Proper reeving of rudder lines?

Post by Kevin Keller »

That’s a good idea. Did you design it yourself?
Jonathan Levine
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Re: Proper reeving of rudder lines?

Post by Jonathan Levine »

gahamby wrote: July 19th, 2021, 2:39 pm Image
I have a Nicro/Fico 792 block on the lock, which I assume is factory. I cracked my old catalog hoping to find a two-sheave version on the same narrow little swivel so I don't have to hack the rollers, but it doesn't look like they made one. Looks like you have Harkens in there. Can you tell me which ones and how they're attached?
gahamby
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Re: Proper reeving of rudder lines?

Post by gahamby »

Yes, once I tried the reverse rigging with the two line pull I saw that It could be done.
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