Daggerboards, how to modify to adjust when loaded

Discussion in 'Multihulls' started by Dave_S, Sep 15, 2018.

  1. BrianJ
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    Location: Redlands,( Bayside brisbane Qld. Aust.)

    BrianJ Junior Member

    I heard of someone who uses a strong holdown on the back of the board and winches tension so board comes up (hopefully) on impact, but I digress. Perhaps nylon or teflon rod like previously mentioned instead of synthetic rope,(it's fun to theorize).
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