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Boom Gooseneck

Postby renefix » Tue Oct 22, 2019 4:13 pm

I just bought a 1976 Chrysler-22, my plan is to get it ready for sailing again by next spring (2020), so far looks like the mayor problems are a couple leaks, 1.- Tiller/rudder and 2.- keel cable.

Also I found out, the boom gooseneck is missing, I did a lot of research and I can't find any information on it, I searched for any markings on the mast to tell me who manufactured it, serial number or anything, and no markings, looks like at some point it was labeled, but now it's just a blank sticker with nothing on it, if you know witch gooseneck I need and where can i get it please let me know.

I downloaded the manual for the boat at the only information there is the part number #815724 and a picture but no additional information

Thank you.

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Re: Boom Gooseneck

Postby jsa » Mon Nov 25, 2019 10:45 am

I wonder if the Catalina uses a similar gooseneck.

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Re: Boom Gooseneck

Postby CaptainScott » Wed Nov 27, 2019 7:19 am

If you go to rigrite.com and weed through their menu they have goosenecks that will work for the C22. I've purchased one in the past from them and it worked fine! Just watch the size of the slide!

https://www.rigrite.com/Spars/SparParts ... slides.php

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Re: Boom Gooseneck

Postby jsa » Tue Dec 03, 2019 10:13 am

Is a sliding gooseneck standard? My 78' has a fixed gooseneck for the boom attachment.

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Re: Boom Gooseneck

Postby CaptainScott » Wed Dec 04, 2019 12:18 pm

I've had C22's and they all had sliding goose necks.
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