So we bought an old 1981 H16, and ordered the replacement/upgrade parts from our Hobie dealer and Murray's. Unfortunately, despite the size ($$$) of our order, the Hobie dealer was unable help with any installation. I suspect this is because they're a new dealer and may well never have seen a Hobie until mine (excluding the floor model for sale)...
In any event, I'm a bit confused as to the positioning of the small cam cleats for the jib traveler control system. The diagram in this post: http://www.hobiecat.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=3863
shows them located close to the mast, and has the jib traveler control lines running through a padeye behind the mast. The two lines criss-cross to the opposite shrouds.
If I look at the Hobie catalog at the "jib traveler trim kit", though, the control lines run from the outer Trentec hole through a cheek block on the corner casting, along the front of the crossbar and through the cam cleat (and I suppose to the opposite shroud).
Are these just "two ways of doing the same thing"? Or am I seeing something incorrectly?