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Shroud Set for C-15

Part #: C2429
Shroud set for the Coronado 15. Made from type 316 uncoated stainless steel wire.

Sold per pair

• Length (pin in fork to pin in thimble): 16' 8-3/4"

1) We use an aircraft fork at the top of the new shroud. Clevis and cotter pins are supplied for each fork. Cut off your old shroud at the ?. Pin the new shroud onto the tang using the provided clevis and cotter pins. This method avoids having to remove the old tangs which sometimes results in compromising the self tapped threads in the aluminum mast.

2) We build these for you to the typical length of 16' 8-3/4" pin to pin. Since we make these to a nominal length of 16' 8-3/4", we highly recommend you measure your old rigging to check for variations from this standard dimension. If you need a different length, please call our sales staff for assistance.

3) By ordering this part you agree to having it made to the standard 16' 8-3/4" length. Once you order it we are going to build it just for you, just as you asked. We never want to see it again, and no one else wants it either. So be careful and order it correctly the first time because it can't be canceled, returned, or magically changed into something different!
  • Why must I purchase shrouds in pairs when only one is damaged?

    Since new rigging stretches, replacing only one of a pair of shrouds will make it difficult to keep your rig in tune.

  • How often must I tune my new rigging?

    You should “pre flight” and “post flight” your rig before and after every sail. Every time you sail in more wind than you have sailed in previously with your new rigging, it must be re-tuned.

  • How long does standing rigging last?

    Since rigging fails inside of the end fittings where they cannot be inspected, prudence dictates that standing rigging be replaced every seven years for boats sailed in salt water, every ten years for those sailed in fresh water.

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