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J class Enterprise Print Booklet
Author: bellman1942   Posts: 1   Photos: 0   Subscribers: 0   Views: 122   Responses: 2   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)
J class Enterprise - Posted: 23rd Dec 2018
I`m thinking of building an America`s cup J class boat but I want to fit a Genoa sail to be a bit different has anyone a control method Peter
Response by jacko on the 23rd Dec 2018
have a look at this video to get some idea's 👍😊
Response by bellman1942 on the 23rd Dec 2018
Hi Jacko many thanks as the comments say it`s a nice solution but the sheeting is not explained.
I`ve just been on Utube and found Rc sailing A class part 2 sheeting looks good