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I agree with the recommendation to attach the code 0 halyard through a block attached to  the friction ring: you'll notice the code 0 likes to be hoisted tight enough for the friction ring to start chafing the halyard.

Having a 2x halyard makes the hoisting far easier, thus my setup is attaching the dyneema halyard
- down from the mast friction ring 
- through a block at the top of the code 0
- back to mast through a block attached to the friction ring.


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Hej PekkaL

Could you please help my simple mindOuch understand how you setup a 2to1?

Perhaps a drawing or picture, cause I can't picture it...

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Sorry, no access to photos just now, let me try to explain:
(1) tie the 10mm dyneema halyard to the attachment (friction ring, maybe 1m from the top of the mast)
(2) add a block #1 to the top of the code-0
(3) route the halyard through the block #2
(4) add a block #2 to the attachment (friction ring)
(5) route the halyard through the upper ring / lead in the mast  and to through the block at the top of the mast

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Edited by Kox - 21 February 2022 at 13:43
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Hi PekkaL and kox

Now I get it. My haleyard is some 15meters too short for that setup.
Do you also have a separat haleyard for the Gennaker that is not 2to1?

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my halyard is almost at the top.
The code -0 is a little lower.



Edited by alettaenmarcel - 21 February 2022 at 16:52
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Hi alettaenmarcel

Your Code0 looks to be very long!
Mine Code 0 has a SLU of 15.29meters
What is the measurement? 
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i do not know exectly but i think it is somwere around 16 mtr.
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The gennager loads are minimal compared to code sails: there is no chafe (my gennager halyard has lasted 10 years where as my code halyard shows chafe in one windy day[edit: if through the friction ring]) and the issue is not to hoist the gennager too tight versus being able to hoist code tight enough.

I keep my gennager (non-dyneema) halyard attched through the friction ring without any blocks.


Edited by PekkaL - 22 February 2022 at 17:29
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Kox Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 February 2022 at 15:35
Yes, H8jer, you'd have to renew the halyard.

I have not done the 2:1 yet. Alomost new to us boat. Hasn't even got the spinaker-halyard in.
I bought a used gennaker on a furler that I intend to use with the 2:1 halyard that I intend to mount at mast-down later this summer :-)
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