Nobody has done this?
OK, I'll do it myself.
First thing is I'm cutting 1/4" off the top 22" of the trailing edge similar to the wildcat. That way I don't have to worry about chipping the trailing edge where it doesn't matter (above bottom of trunk).
What the heck, I've wanted to do this since the first time I saw the wildCat!
Ok, I'm not doing this blind as another Tiger in our fleet just installed an up f__ker last week. I'll try to improve the plan.
First a very thin, I think 2mm, dyneema called "zing it" only in yellow has a breaking strength of 500lbs will be used for all non stretch lines.
Next I'll locate the widest part of the board which looks to be about 6" from the trailing edge and measure down 22" down from the top and drill a hole thru the board just big enough for the line and countersink a larger but not deep hole on the outside of the port board.
Next step is to router a small groove up from the hole to the top of the board on the inside of the port board.
More to follow later.