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PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2011 3:02 pm 
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I'm switching from a furling to a non furling forstay. Is there a complete kit or do i need to order parts individually? From page 7 of the tiger manual on line. is the first number the kit, and the next 10 the individual parts?



18060512 : Jeu de câbles Tiger 2007 sans enrouleur
Wire bag Tiger 2007 w/o jib furler
Käbelsatz Tiger 2007 ohne Fockwickler


1 - 99220058 : Manille Lyre D8
PKG 10 Shackle D8
Schäkel D8
2 - 18060518 : Etai + estrope Tiger 2007
Forestay + pigtail Tiger 2007
Vostage + Pigtail Tiger 2007
3 - 99500478 : Poulie simple micro
Single block
Block einzig
4 - 18060450 : Drisse de foc cordage
Jib halyard rope
Fockfall-Leine
5 - 99220034 : Axe percé latte ridoir
PKG 10 Clevis pin
Bolzen f. Locheisen gebohrt
6 - 99220031 : Anneau Brisé
PKG 10 Split ring
Ringsplint
7 - 99220033 : Latte ridoir universelle
PKG 5 Stay adjuster
Wantenspanner
8 - 18061579 : Bride Tiger
Bridle Tiger
Hahnpot Tiger
9 - 99500495 : Poulie airblock avec émerillon
Airblock with swivel
Block mit Wirbel
10 - 18060532 : Etai rigide
Rigid forestay

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PostPosted: Tue Apr 19, 2011 6:35 pm 
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I did the conversion without getting any new parts - just stuff from the spare parts box.

Started with this picture.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 21, 2011 1:05 pm 
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I need new forstay anyway so I wanted the whole new system.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 5:52 pm 
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Guess there is no one that can figure this out? The Euro part numbers don't seam to cross over.

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PostPosted: Sat Apr 23, 2011 1:40 pm 
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I did the same thing as the photo, but don't get the rigid forestay thing, just use a small line to tension the spin pole. I got everything I needed , except for the forestay itself and bridles at West Marine.

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