Recent content by JAltavela

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    Wanted: mast butt casting and plate.

    Where in Canada
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    Looking for Used J/24 Trailer

    I've got one in Western NY. It would have to be registered homemade since I don't have a reg for it. $500
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    Hatch conversion, mast, boom, cushions

    Yes I do. I have the car and the track but no the aluminum support bar.
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    Looking for a used mainsail cover

    To cover it and leave it on the boom? I have one in blue. text me, 585-330-3629
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    Hatch conversion, mast, boom, cushions

    1980 hull # 1920 -black Mast with spreaders and shrouds(old style spreaders, no through bar)-$100 local pick up only -black Boom-$400 -Stern Pushpit-$100 -Main Hatch cut out so it can be used for a conversion $300 -Secondary upper deck winches-$100 original cushions. Overall decent shape...
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    Bulkhead issue, repair or replace?

    I used an oscillating multi tool to cut the old one out, mine was made by Ridgid but I assumed when you said Dremel that is what you meant. I only did the port side since the starboard side was still solid. and I only did from the door opening to the hull. the space above and below the door were...
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    Bulkhead issue, repair or replace?

    We have some local specialty hardwood suppliers. I ended up going there. The big box stores don’t carry it.
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    Bulkhead issue, repair or replace?

    That is pretty much exactly what I did. I only ended up doing the port side and tied it in to the middle. I did three layers of fiberglass but I was told I could have gotten away with two. I have been racing it for two years now and it appears to be holding up well.
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    Bulkhead issue, repair or replace?

    I did end up fixing this with 1/2 marine grade plywood
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    Bulkhead issue, repair or replace?

    Hello, I am new to the forum. I recently purchased a 1978 J24, hull 973. It was a very good deal but it does have a soft spot in the bulk head that I would like to address before putting the mast up and putting it in the water. It is soft on the port side between the chain plate and the hull...
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