|20th February 2008 04:46 PM|
Use metal rasp on the 3 roller edges to prevent line cuts.
I do belive that roller is removable.
I have noticed that monofilm is thicker than before
Stronger in use but mor fragile when riging the sail?
|18th February 2008 12:29 AM|
Thanks AlexWind it worked !!!
Matt, if you want to give it one more chance before you throw it in the trash,,,,
Here's what you need to do.
Unthread your rope completely.
Tie a single or double knot in one end of the rope.
Feed the un-knotted end into the hole that runs through the axle of the extension pulleys, Starting at the end which we can see in your photo with the steel washer.
(your downhaul rope should be hanging out of the center of the grey roller onto the grass)
Using your pic as a guide, follow these instructions,,,
up towards you through center roller on sail,
down into mast side,,,, then UP the far side,,,,,, of top XT roller
(the one directly behind the steel washer)
now left side sail pulley starting from top feeding down toward the grass
down into second pulley on XT,,,,,
(this time you will need to thread the rope down the far side,,,,, then UP through the mast side of the pulley)
now up towards you throough the right side roller on the sail
then down into the cleat.
I have competed and trained with 9,10 and 11m race sails with the XT rigged in this way.
If you still have trouble don't forget to leave an extra 2cm on the extension.
P.S Thanks AlexWind R'n'G,,,,FAST
|17th February 2008 08:56 PM|
Oh.. we'll make this work!
|17th February 2008 09:29 AM|
Still no luck
Still can't open the full sized image. Sorry Matt. Hope you could de-cypher, and try my system.
Relax and Go Fast.
|15th February 2008 08:10 PM|
Hi AlexWind, I keep getting a vBulletin message asking me to login!?
Have logged in about 50 times! Still get the same page coming back up.
|15th February 2008 07:58 PM|
Simply go here..
|15th February 2008 07:01 PM|
Hi Matt, can see your pic only as a thumb. Don't know what i'm doing wrong but can't open the image. Can't quite make out how it's threaded. Can someone tell me how to open this image?
|15th February 2008 03:59 PM|
Here's a photo but with such a small file size limit new North Sails extension ...'The Saw' .... may not be very clear.
The distance between pulleys is the minimum whilst I am still able to download fully. So the sail ends up sitting about 10cm higher on the board than what it should!
|14th February 2008 09:12 PM|
Glad to hear you got out on the water.
Seriously, it took a few of us about a week of arguing over the right and wrong way to thread that #*+kin& extension. It quite literally drove me insane. But I assure you the sawing effect can be minimized with this rigging method and a few extra cm's of extension. So don't give up on North just yet.
Photos will help, so i'll keep an eye out for your pic's.
|14th February 2008 06:10 PM|
Haha that was funny JJay!
I think I will read it slowly step-by-step when I have my RAM out on the lawn. I ended up getting out on the 6.2m for an hour so all was not lost!
I'll take some photos of the saw-extension next time I rig the RAM as well and they try to post them here. Probably tomorrow.
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