Original Instagram posted photo
Bolt with washers removed, showing where the threads are. The polished section is where the fender hardware hung from this bolt.
Closeup of the break. It looks like the fracture started a long time ago based on the deep rust inside the polished section.
Bolt with all mounting hardware. There were no threads inside the crown.
what was the bottom of the bolt (facing the ground) is facing the camera in this photo
This photo was taken to help me orient the bolt.
I'll use the eyelets on the side of the fork to make this a 5-point rack.
#61 from yachtworld
vang block setup is interesting
Cockpit photo, interesting tiller and checkstay management
Center winch lines are topping lift, outhaul, reef.
drawers under v-berth are handy, but probably too heavy
#61 (from yachtworld)
note double clutches on main halyard.
Cam cleats on mast are for topping lift (aft) and spin halyard (forward)
Switchback Hill at the fork crown
Switchback Hill at the chainstays
With Rat Trap Pass tires (26" wheels)
Rat Trap Pass between chainstays
Rat Trap Pass in the seatstays
Rat Trap Pass in the fork
Rat Trap Pass (26 inch) clearance at seatstay bridge. About 22mm to the bolt head.
Switchback Hill (650B) clearance at seatstay bridge. About 11mm to the bolt head.
with 650B wheels, as initially built