Hiking Strap

Discussion in 'Sunfish Talk' started by JSDouglas, Jul 2, 2009.

  1. NightSailor

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    Call up Neil Pryde in Stratford, CT. Ask if they will sell you some of the material they use--it is what Windsurfers use for sails. They install windows for $25, so the material would cost less than $10.
     
  2. 73sunfish

    73sunfish New Member

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    once i had the first port installed i knew i had to do the right thing and install another 4 ports for future maintenance etc..

    my dad thinks i'm crazy.. ;) landlover..
     
  3. 73sunfish

    73sunfish New Member

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    no way jose!
    that is a good deal..

    i would spend $100 on that sail if i knew where i could take it..THANK YOU
     
  4. NightSailor

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    Your Dad is right. 5 ports is way too many. I only install three on older Sunfishes, two on newer ones.
     
  5. NightSailor

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    If this is a racing sail, then you need to have a window put in that is the same size as original. So they may charge you a few more bucks if your windows is not the same size as their template--which it probably is. So if you send it in, it may cost more than $25 plus shipping. If you call them ask for Brian--he does most of the windows.
     
  6. 73sunfish

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    they were nice enough to refer me over to a sail shop in dallas..

    will cost between $50-100 depends on size..
     
  7. 73sunfish

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    i want access to the bridle plates and to the deck plates for my hardware, i have the old style rudder and if it ever breaks i want to be able to replace it...
     

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