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Old 03-13-2012, 07:27 PM
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Default MM Gooseneck/Vang ofr RG65

Has anyone used a Micro Magic Gooseneck / Vang for a RG65. Would you have to use it inverted, or could it be turned upside down.

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I've used it both ways. I prefer vang low, but it works well both ways.

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Will it work well for an RG65? I'm building a Jif65.

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My RG65 is a Blue Splash with a flat deck. When I first built it, I set it up with vang above the boom. When I made new sails, I put the vang below, and I like the look better. If you sail in stronger winds, using vang high will give an angle to the boom which could keep the boom from draging the water.

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