– Wrench 11mm
– Self-amalgamating tape
- Mast placed on the trampoline with the spreaders facing down.
- All stays and trapeze wires are untangled and in the right order.
- Shrouds are attached to the mast and boat.
- Shrouds are on the maximum length.
- Trapeze wires are attached to the mast and boat.
- No overhead wires.
- All lines are on the trampoline and can’t hook on anything.
- The boat is on level ground or bows are pointing down the slope.
- The bridle is connected to the boat.
- Bridle forestay connection is prepared.
- Raising the mast is done with no less than 2 persons.
1. Person 1 Holds the mast up with one spreader arm facing downwards, so the mastfoot doesn’t hit the crossbar.
Person 2 Places the mastbase on the mastball.
2. Mount the mast pin and splitrings in the mastfoot.
3. Person 1 Walks forward lifting the mast and hands over the mast to 2.
Person 2 Holds the mast with one spreaderarm facing downwards.
4. Person 1 Grabs the trapeze lines located at the front crossbar.
5. Person 1 Pulls the mast by hanging easily on the trapeze lines.
Person 2 Pushes the mast upwards, still making sure the mastfoot doesn’t hit the crossbar.
6. Person 1 Holds the mast forward pulling on the trapeze lines.
Person 2 Grabs the forestay with shroud adjuster.
7. Person 2 Attaches the forestay shroud adjuster to the bridle connector.
8. Tape the pins and rings.
9. Put tension on the shrouds. Person 1 pulls on the trapeze. Person 2 tightens the shrouds to the desired loose gage tension. See trim guide for more information.