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Aaron Norlund

John,

Check this link:
Aries Windvane diagram

That will take you to an exploded diagram of an Aries vane. Nothing major has changed about them through the years. Further, you should be able to contact the company (it's the website that diagram is on) and get one of the old manuals - I understand they are still available.

If not, I suggest downloading the Monitor Windvane manual and have a look through. Though they're designed a bit differently, they still run on the same principle. Good for understanding the "big picture" of windvane use.

Have fun with the rebuild!

Fair leads,
Aaron N.

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