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OG Maramu Mizzen Sheet Cars

mr_hermanns
 

Hey there!

One of my Mizzen Sheet Cars has died on me - the center disk just shattered when using it last sail.

its a odd ‘Y’ shaped track and any replacement or part advice would be awesome!

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Jeremy Hermanns - "Jer"
SVCerulean.com
Maramu #105
Marina Del Rey, CA

Elja Röllinghoff Balu SM 222
 

He Jeremie ,
I is from Goiot , i look for some 10 yaers ago for my Amel Eiros 39 but it was for me not possible to find .

Good luck Elja
SM Balu


Von meinem iPhone gesendet

sbmesasailor
 

Hi Jeremy,

I had a failure just like yours and it was no problem and not very expensive to have a machine shop produce a new disk and pin.

Dennis
Libertad
Maramu #121

Gerhard Mueller
 

Dennis is correct.
No problem to order a machine shop for a new disk. Often the pin is still OK.
I have changed all disks.


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Gerhard Mueller
Amel Sharki #60
Currently Kalamata, Greece

smiles bernard
 

I have also taken this approach with a machine shop
Interested to know how people approached it as originally if was an interference fit 
How did you reassemble the disk onto the pin?
As a temp measure I used a 8 or 10mm (can’t remember which) Cotter pin
Worked well and easy to lift from above. 

All the best
Miles
162 uk


On 18 Sep 2019, at 16:10, Gerhard Mueller via Groups.Io <carcode@...> wrote:

Dennis is correct.
No problem to order a machine shop for a new disk. Often the pin is still OK.
I have changed all disks.

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Gerhard Mueller
Amel Sharki #60
Currently Kalamata, Greece

sbmesasailor
 

Miles,

I delivered the entire car assembly to the machine shop, explained how it was supposed to work and they machined a new pin and disk which worked perfectly.  (actually I could have several made for the same price, so I did).

Dennis

smiles bernard
 

Many thanks Dennis 
I just took the pin so now will have to press fit the lifting washer in place.
Mulgrips will be my friend 
All the best
Miles


On 25 Sep 2019, at 18:14, sbmesasailor via Groups.Io <sbmesasailor@...> wrote:

Miles,

I delivered the entire car assembly to the machine shop, explained how it was supposed to work and they machined a new pin and disk which worked perfectly.  (actually I could have several made for the same price, so I did).

Dennis