Re: Rigging and Terminals
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Agree completely including the preference for turnbuckles with Stainless with bronze inserts. ACMO offers these and ACMO is still my number one choice for a complete rigging kit because it is high quality and is always a perfect fit. Any other rigger will not have the manufacturer's most up-to-date specifications and will simply attempt to copy what you have. In the case of the Amel 54, the rigging specs changed 2 or 3 times during production. If a 54 is being re-rigged, the rigger making the rigging will use the same size wire which was originally installed, and that 54 will not have the benefit of the changed and upgraded specs.
On Wed, Jun 23, 2021 at 12:03 PM Arno Luijten <arno.luijten@...> wrote:
Dyform is not better. It has for the same diameter more strength but is also more expensive. Dyform is a way to shape the individual strands into a shape that packs them more dense compared to classic rigging.