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Boom Selection #18932
11/11/21 09:47 AM
11/11/21 09:47 AM
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307 came with a Racing Boom.

Boom Type
single choice
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Re: Boom Selection [Re: pez] #18934
11/11/21 02:48 PM
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Most boats have the "Racing Boom"

See this link on the Rig-Rite website which states:

J/30 Boom Assemblies are complete but do not include Gooseneck Toggle, K-10345A, or standard Vang Bracket, K-1757-1, due to the increasing use of Solid Vangs (which require special brackets). Standard Boom Assemblies use the Flush-cut Outhaul Assembly, K-11471, while Racing Boom Assemblies use the lightweight Cut-away Outhaul Assembly, K-43008, with special tapered end cut to further reduce weight. Both styles are fully class legal.


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