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"Hello,Jeroen I bought Kathleen in 2002 .She has had line lashings the entire time.I use 8 plait 4mm. polyester,with 6 wraps per lashing,so thats about 100ft per beam.the line will last for years. I recently replaced the aft beam lashings  at 5…"
Oct 5, 2014
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"Hi Chris, how do those beam lashings you use work out? I'm looking for webbing straps, but did not succeed to find suitable and also affordable ones yet. Best regards, Jeroen  "
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I'm buidling a Wharram TIKI 30 (#111)
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At 7:17pm on October 5, 2014, chris.t.schupp said…

Hello,Jeroen I bought Kathleen in 2002 .She has had line lashings the entire time.I use 8 plait 4mm. polyester,with 6 wraps per lashing,so thats about 100ft per beam.the line will last for years. I recently replaced the aft beam lashings  at 5 years which I think is too long .Bunt the line actualy looked sound. The problem I have had is that the lashings the crush resin and wood allowing moisture in .  A hardwood inset on top of the beam or atleast some extra glass cloth are both good solutions . I do like the lashings they are easy to inspect and maintain, reasonably priced and most of all very secure when properly rigged. Fair winds Chris

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