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  2. JRichline

    "New" North Main

    I was quoting USD. feel free to email me @ jrichline@richline.cc (i sent you an email already)
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  4. Guest

    Used sails

    Hi all, I race a J/22 in BC, Canada and we don't have a one design fleet so I am trying to find a 155% genoa or two for our boats at the club. Also any info on asymmetric kites would be greatly appreciated as we are looking into potentially converting the boats. If you have relatively new mains or jibs depending on the price might be able to buy them off you as our current ones are from 2005 and have been used everyday of the summer since then. you can contact me at matthewstranaghan@gmail.com Cheers, Matt
  5. Guest

    "New" North Main

    Hi, What currency is the 1200 dollars. You can contact me at matthewstranaghan@gmail.com. Cheers, Matt
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  7. Guest

    "New" North Main

    I have an almost brand new North Main i'd like to get rid of. It's too nice for me to use...I'm new to the boat and I'd like to switch the boat to UK sails after this year, but in the meantime I just can't see using this sail. It came with the boat, figure it can't have been up more than 1 light air race day, it's just too perfect. Will attach some pics below. Can deliver via the Texas Circuit or can flake and fold and ship it to you. Bag says it's a 2017. New they are $1800....will let this one go for $1200
  8. Guest

    Bow pulpit wanted

    Need a bow pulpit for a" victim" of hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico
  9. TyeDyedGary

    Fore and aft air tanks

    I am not sure what you are calling Air Tanks. There is a void under the floor of the cockpit, with access ports in the lazaret and the front inside the cabin. Also a small void in the bow with and access port. Nether of these should be considered air tight. I guess if you want to put some sort of air bladders inside your boat, that is up to you to carry the extra weight. I have been knocked down once or twice in 30+ winds and just letting the sails run, the boat righted.
  10. Ahoy All, I am new to sailing the J22. Our yacht club has six older examples and the one I have signed on for a seasonal charter needs its Air tanks repaired? I have been unable to find any photos or drawings of the tanks. Are they just basically plywood chambers sealed to provide positive buoyancy in case of a knock down? Do some boats actually have real fitted air bags set to a certain pressure? Any feedback would be great. can’t wait for the season to begin
  11. Guest

    Used mainsails

    I am the fleet manager at the Courageous Sailing Center in Charlestown, MA. We are a non-profit sailing center with 4 very tired j22's that we are trying to keep going for another season. I am seeking Main sails for non-racing use for donation or short money. Specifically we are looking for high boom cuts and a reef point would be a plus. If the sail has not reef point it would need to have enough life left in it to spend $200 to have reef points put in. Please email me at Michael@courageoussailing.org courageoussailing.org
  12. Guest

    Angled Mast Step

    Local guy had one made at a machine shop Do not think they are availible
  13. j22forum2

    turnbuckles

    Not sure what you are looking for? Self tailing winches are not class legal. Frankly Scarlet.
  14. Guest

    turnbuckles

    looking for a self tailoring turnbuckle for my j22 from sailfast
  15. VSPriola

    Hull 540 For Sale $ 9,500

    Yes Vincent Priola 205-706-4572 vspriola@att.net
  16. Guest

    triad trailer

    looking for a triad trailer
  17. James3734

    Hull 540 For Sale $ 9,500

    Is this boat still available?
  18. 1. Go low before you try to go high upwind. 2. Get away from the weather mark fast, so go high before you go low. 3. Tight sails and crew are slow too. Don’t oversheet or over serve. 4. Focus on smooth turns, tacks and gybes. 5.The point wants to point naturally if it is fair and tuned. Figure out how to let it run. Just my opinion.
  19. I am in an area where there are over twenty active J-22s. More then half have a notch cut in the combing, but all have a block (teak or man made material) raising the cam cleat above deck level. Don't forget to use a good sealer under the lifting block and use fender washers under the deck.
  20. J/22 Hull 1232 (London Fog) – located Cleveland, Ohio Measurement Certificate – 02/06 Keel & Rudder Faired Chain Plate Bulkheads Solid New Quantum racing set used once in Buffalo 2017 (light air regatta) 3 other full sets for club racing Tack Tick & Speed Puck Mast cover Rudder cover Spare spinnaker pole Trailer with new tires & bunk pads Spinnaker launch bag Tool kit, & all safety equipment Race ready $15000 Rick Raymond (440) 823-4502
  21. Need to check the technical rules, but I don’t believe one is allowed to cut the teak combing or feed a line through the teak combing. Although this may have changed. So the teak block is the way to go.
  22. Did not interrupt the combing to place cam cleats for spinnaker cam cleats as you desire. Placed a teak block large enough for the cam to sit on next to the outboard side of the combing and attached directly to the deck below the teak block with two long stainless bolt through cam and block and fastened with nuts under the deck. Made the block tall enough to be flush with top of combing. Worked very well.
  23. Hi. I coach High School sailors on J22s. We have 2 boats, both with wooden cockpit combings. We want to add cam cleats for our spinnaker sheets, but are trying to figure out how to best do this with this layout. Is the best approach to cut out a section of the wooden combing where we want to mount the cleats? Or is there a better tried and true method?
  24. coslatrat

    sea deck

    Don't know if you'd really want to do that. It could impede cockpit drainage, catch sheets and generally make your life miserable. I've seen photos of Seadeck after it weathers that don't really look very good and it's a beast to remove.
  25. Annapolis Performance has 'em www.apsltd.com They aren't getting any cheaper. I bought a spare 10 years ago for a bit under $25, they're $69 now
  26. Based on the information I have on hand, a Plastic feed slot insert is ready for testing. I need a J/22 sailor in the USA who is willing to test fit a snap-in insert for feed-back. Any takers?
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