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Mohammad and Aty.
Thank you . That was helpful.
Em ter, 11 de jun de 2019 às 10:04, Mohammad Shirloo <mshirloo@...
The crack that we found was in the swagging and not in the wires. It was not considered a failure by either ACMO or our rigger. ACMO did acknowledge that at the time our rigging was swagged, they had an older machine that led to the crack and we were advised
to simply keep an eye on it to make sure it does not get any bigger. The assumption was that the crack was there from day one.
However since we were going to upgrade the rest of the shrouds at the main, we decided to take care of this also so we don it have any questionable or potentially weak areas at the main.
We informed ACMO of the crack last month.
Mohammad & Aty
Amel 54 #099
On Jun 11, 2019, at 3:44 PM, Roque via Groups.Io <ediroque@...
I had a few cracked wires at the main too (#117). I reported this fact to ACMO in november 2018.
Would you care to tell when you informed ACMO about this failure? Was it last year?
Thank you for you input.
Attika A54 - 117
Santos - Brazil
Em ter, 11 de jun de 2019 às 07:32, Mohammad Shirloo <mshirloo@...
I hope you guys are doing well and the engine issues are now behind you.
We are replacing all 6 shrouds at the main because ACMO had a crack in one of the original long shrouds that we found in our rig inspection last year.
They did extend a 10% discount because of this so the total shipped to Corfu was 5000 euros.
Off course you only need to upgrade the mid and lower shrouds so your pricing will be less. I did receive a complete quote for all rigging that I will forward to you shortly.
I, like you, try to do everything I can myself, which is about 90%. It’s better to make a mistake and learn while help is available. However, the cruising season in the Med is short so I do elect to use known outside people if necessary so we get to enjoy the
The rigging is definitely one of them, at this point, for us. So I’m flying Ricky from Malta to Corfu for 2 days to take care of the shrouds and some lighting and wind cane issues.
Enjoy Tahiti. We chartered there in 2008 and had a great time.
Mohammad & Aty
Amel 54 #099
> On Jun 10, 2019, at 10:08 PM, Porter McRoberts via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear Mohammad and Aty
> Would you be willing to let me or us know the cost from ACMO?
> This seems very tempting to do myself? Then have a rigger double check. A lot of work, yes but interesting and tempting!
> Many thanks.
> S/V IBIS 54-152
> Excuse the errors.
> Sent from my IPhone
>> On Jun 6, 2019, at 11:19 PM, ngtnewington Newington via Groups.Io <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Thanks guys, it looks like if I order from ACMO then it is a straight swap. So that is what I will do.
>> I have thought hard about all this and at the end of the day I do not want to have that niggling feeling that my rigging is not up to it on a dark stormy night!
>>> On 7 Jun 2019, at 11:42, Mohammad Shirloo <mshirloo@...> wrote:
>>> Hello Nick;
>>> We are currently going though the same process and we have just released the order to ACMO.
>>> If ordered from ACMO, you will receive the entire parts required for the upgrade. This includes a “stronger” pin, as ACMO puts it, the turn buckles and threaded eye. I just again reconfirmed this with ACMO. If you look at your connections at the chain plates,
the parts have an ACMO stamp on them.
>>> Therefore according to ACMO, no other parts will be necessary, it is just a matter of removing the existing shrouds and installing new.
>>> I will provide an update if we find anything that contradicts this during the install.
>>> Mohammad & Aty
>>> B&B Kokomo
>>> Amel 54 #099
>>>> On Jun 7, 2019, at 7:27 AM, ngtnewington Newington via Groups.Io <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>>> Further to the news that the Amel 54 should have 12mm aft lowers not 10mm and that the intermediates should be beefed up from 8mm to 10mm. I am now seriously working this out.
>>>> On the face of it I can order the replacement wire and fittings from ACMO in France and have it a week later. What worries me is that the pin sizes will increase (I guess)
>>>> This should be no problem at the bottom where there is a massive chainplate that I could drill out to accept the bigger pins but at the top at the spreader bases it will be tricky.
>>>> Has anyone been there and done this project?
>>>> What about sticking to 8mm and 10 mm but upgrading the wire quality to say Dyform? Dyform offers about 30% more strength than standard 1x19?
>>>> Any experts out there?
>>>> S/Y Amelia AML54-019
>>>> Anchored in Kefalonia enjoying easy living after 2000 mile voyage from Canary Islands.