Loading a macgregor on trailer.
Simon F, Fri Feb 17 2012, 05:41PM
can anyone tell me if there are any tutorial videos on how to remove the mast and load a macgregor?
Re: Loading a macgregor on trailer.
Mystic Rose, Sun Feb 19 2012, 07:59PM
There used to be a video on Macgregorsowners.com , a guy had gotten the mast raising down to 20 minutes. You might do a search on Utube.com. Launching and recovering was covered in a Macgregor film the dealers show. I am sure you would get that online too. If your new at raising and lowering, do it several times at home without obstructions. Always put the “baby stays” on, once i didn’t and the wind came up and the mast went over to one side. It might take five minutes to install them, but you need them. Make a checklist of things that have to be done and at what stage of raising. If there are specific questions, post here and you will get some answers.
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