Well,besides the sail, if their are no soft spots you have a great boat. As for the sails:
Complete set, Murrays:$700
The jib prices are within $50; I would just go with a hobie jib. The $465 main in the murrays catalog is only 3.5 oz sailcloth; 5, whcih the $655 white mains in murrays are made of, as well as all stock Hobie sails, is what you want for durability. Either way you cut it, your looking at a minimum of $700, and more like a $1000. You could just buy a new main and wait for the jib (how much experience do you have? A H14 in 25 with a trap and no jib can get crazy pretty quick, especially if you don't know what you're doing), and save some money upfront. Plus, the old jib looks useable, prbly want to save it for the light air if you want to keep it for any length of time.
eek. I think I will just repair the main that comes with it, and fly that until I gain a little more experience. I wont be taking it out to Lake Michigan anytime soon.
I need to restore the OZ's for my GLX first, and buy some new rubber. Then some other little things to fix on the car before I really tackle the Hobie.
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