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 Post subject: Re: spinaker
PostPosted: Mon Aug 13, 2012 12:15 pm 
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However I still have to find the plastic ends for the Traveller Kit as the ends of the rail are as sharp as a razor.


The ends of the track butt up against the hull. There are no end caps.

I'd file or sand off any sharp edges as needed.

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I recall as a hard working paper boy when I was a kid to buy a set of Encyclopedia to further my private school learning. I enjoyed reading all the volumes that I worked so hard to pay for.
Wiki is an ongoing experiment in shared knowledge. It neither claims to be the correct or to be current...
It offers and expects people like all of us to contribute to the knowledge base that makes up the human experience better than it was yesterday.

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 Post subject: Re: spinaker
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mmiller wrote:

The ends of the track butt up against the hull. There are no end caps.
I'd file or sand off any sharp edges as needed.


Thanks Matt
There's a 1/4" gap on each end but not a huge issue. It's fixable as you suggested. (you may have also noticed that my attention to detail is my nature).

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