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#273535 - 06/28/14 09:10 PM Rigging Boom Triple Block to Traveler...  
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Hello;
I'm not new to sailing but am new to Hobie, I purchased a Hobie 18 early model, about 1981 and some of the rigging was taken apart. I cannot figure out how to rig from the triple block to the traveler. I attempted it but as the mainsail moves from port to starboard side, the traveler is hitting the "tieoff" on the back of the crossbar. Is there a diagram on how this is hooked up?

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#273536 - 06/28/14 09:28 PM Re: Rigging Boom Triple Block to Traveler... [Re: Alfonso]  
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Hobart, Tasmania, Oz.
http://www.hobie-cat.net/download/manuels/hc16_gb.pdf

have a look at the bottom of page 15, it is supposed to look like that.


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#273537 - 06/28/14 09:47 PM Re: Rigging Boom Triple Block to Traveler... [Re: Alfonso]  
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You are the "real deal", my hobie is a little older than the one depicted in the manual but I think all the hardware is relatively the same, I'm sure I can follow this layout.
Thanks a million - and for the quick reply.
Cheers;


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