Re: Aries windvane found for sale

I found an Aries windvane in Latitude 38, listed as rebuilt for $950. I took a look at it yesterday, has been taken apart and lubricated, does not qualify as a "rebuilt" in my book, but it should be serviceable. The finish, black anodizing is gone off the housings, some surface corrosion, has upper and lower unit, mounting tubes & pads.
Best wishes,
Marty Chin, POC 46, BCC Shamrock

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Message: 1
Date: Mon, 29 Sep 2003 02:58:12 -0000
From: "robert_cozad2000"
Subject: aries windvan

anyone have an aries vane,,,, how do you install it in the
boomkin?,,,, I own 'Annie' hull # 50.
Any advice would be nice.
Thanks



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Message: 2
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 10:41:26 -0700
From: Patrick Harrison
Subject: Re: Bow net

Larry-- I am about to start my bow net project- could you send me some
information on construction details, it would be a great help Thanks
--Pat
On Friday, June 27, 2003, at 02:43 PM, pulje2001 wrote:

> I just finished a bow net for Dilkara. I don't have a furling jib
> system or the ears that extend the width of the sprit. It was always
> an adventure to go out on the thing with only the bowsprit stays for
> support. The net goes from the bow to about a foot from the end of
> the sprit. I used 3/8 inch spun dacron and made the grid of the net
> about 5 inches square. I haven't tried it yet, but it should solve
> the problem and it looks cool too. I am looking forward to laying out
> on it when the wind is not too strong. Anyone interested in how I
> made it, let me know. The net sags down a bit and can be lifted about
> a foot so that it won't foul the anchor line.
>
> Larry Heitman, Dilkara
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