BWY Backstay Tensioner

Published date: August 23, 2011
  • Boat Type: Boat Type

Replaced the factory backstay with a new Backstay Tensioner from Blue Water Yachts. Makes pinning the CDI RF easy, just loosen the backstay and raise with the mast raising winch (I have the new style). The RF easily lines up with the forestay tang hole without any fighting or downward pressure. Can be done by one person.

Published by: henecle


Model Year: 1993
Photo Caption: Backstay Tensioner

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