Matt15: The way that the link shows it, (that purduezack provided, and the way HRTSAILOR has his setup) is real simple, inexpensive, and real practical.
I have rigged mine that way (i have duals, on both sides) ever since I bought my boat, in 1990, and I've always kept it that way. It works real well at keeping them where you want them, if you have carpet or neopreme rubber on your side rails, its great, because if you solo a lot, you can move them fore and aft on the side rails. You can position your trapeze wire(s) where they work best to attach them, when you go out on the wire, or you can slide them out of the way, when you don't want to use them . On mine, I leave them longer, and use a taught line knot (tent knot) at each side, so I can put more tension on them as they stretch/wear or so I can have extra line if one breaks, that way, I can fix it on the fly, and stay out sailing.
I never understood the whole gommet in the tramp setup. And the pully setup, I've seen on other members boats, looks: clean and cool. But for some reason, its hard for me to want to add either of those setups, when, what I use for a setup is just real simple, and works great for me, plus its easy to get out of in a pitchpole, because the bungee will slide forward to the front pylon, so you don't over stress it and break it as easy as the other ways.
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