Laser II Measurements

Discussion in 'Sailing Talk' started by bgordon, Jun 24, 2009.

  1. bgordon

    bgordon New Member

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    Hi folks,
    I'm trying to rebuild an old (1980) Laser 2 and having a heck of time finding measurements that differentiate Laser parts from Laser II parts. Sails & mast are easy but boom & blades are tough. It's surprising the number of people who've told me the parts are interchangeable. Not.

    Can anyone definitively tell me dimensions of a Laser II . . .

    Boom (L/Diam)
    Centerboard / Daggerboard (L/W/Max thickness)
    Rudder (L/W/Max thickness)
    Rudder Head (L/W/Pin placement)
    Tiller (eh, maybe these are interchangeable)

    Thanks -- BGordon
     
  2. orientpoint33

    orientpoint33 New Member

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    Have you had any luck with your question by now? I see it's an old post. I recently bought a 1982 Laser 2, and am doing some work on it; I could check measurements while doing so.
     
  3. BobBill

    BobBill New Member

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    Yes, I would like to see rudder and dagger board dimensions also.
     
  4. Eric Schwing

    Eric Schwing 64700

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    I can measure stuff on mine if that helps
     
  5. BobBill

    BobBill New Member

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    Thanks. No need. I bought a Laser II rudder assy and should have posted here.

    Appreciate your help.
     
  6. Eric Schwing

    Eric Schwing 64700

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    You sail an I-14?? I have an old Kirby IV that hasn't been in the water for years.....
     
  7. tmckenzie

    tmckenzie New Member

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    You trying to sell it?
     
  8. Eric Schwing

    Eric Schwing 64700

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    I hadn't really thought about selling it. Mostly I was hoping to get it back in the water. It's been awhile....like 20 years
     

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