I don't understand "don't have time" it would take an hour. Or offer someone to do it (end user) and give them 200.00 in hobie credit from a dealer for their work. I spent 20 minutes tweaking the diagram.
I'm impressed with how helpful the members have been. MOSTLY via email because it's such a pain in the arse to post photos to this outdated forum software.
The bad part of email help is - it helps one person. (me) and when the next 5-10-20 people come here looking to possibly add a spin system... they won't find what they need to answer questions and they'll put off the purchase for another year or 10... as I have.
The purpose of such a forum is to address problems that one may have first, so that the many can benefit from the initial posters problem. That isn't happening on this forum as it's to hard to post photos.
Anyway - the video above I had watched 10 times when I first ordered the spin, it wasn't of much help because it's big on unnecessary FX and low on wide shots to show details. (like a video to track along the lines, rather than still shots) The "mast rotating line" (I suspect is spectra?) was confusion to me in that video until this re-viewing... which only made sense because of the members help via email.
Also this diagram was throwing me because the sheet line was running seemingly UNDER the stuffer bag and pole. I tweaked it - moving that line above... added the original bridle, and color coded and cleaned up some of the confusing runs (under over etc). I still have the TANG wrong. I now show it direct to tang, when we need to allow the mast to rotate.
However I don't believe I have room in my 16 sail track to drill without hitting extrusion and allowing for that cord and knot to be in the track and still allow the sail to raise unobstructed. I may have to do something else. THOUGH understanding that this (mess) is to allow mast rotation helps! It allows me to address the situation rather than following confusing direction with no reason for doing the madness. I feel pretty confident in my knowledge as to how to proceed at this point. As a pro photographer - (35 years) I'll try to document the details as well.
My clean up - but still needs TANG tweaked... I'll do that once I figure out how to install my own on the non comp tip mast.