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Gerald Astrella and Cathy Calisch

My 1972 W32 (hull #42) has the external type main mast track, square in profile, riveted to the mast. The sail slides are the plastic 7/8" (if I remember right) flat ones. It also has the slideing goose neck on a flat bar track. The problem is that the sail track does not come down low enough to keep all the slides contained when reefing (or stowing). Where can I get a short piece of this track to attach to the mast? It looks like I would have to remove several inches of the flat bar gooseneck track to make this work. Your thoughts please.

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