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Trailer Sailer Place Forum

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Created by Donk107 > 9 months ago, 9 Jun 2012
Donk107
TAS, 1664 posts
9 Jun 2012 10:59AM
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Does anyone on this forum also browse the Trailer Sailer Place website www.trailersailerplace.com.au as when i try to acces it it come up with a message saying This account has been suspended

Can anyone tell me what this means

Thanks in advance

Regards Don

Donk107
TAS, 1664 posts
9 Jun 2012 11:13AM
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Sorry double post

Regards Don

LooseChange
NSW, 1682 posts
9 Jun 2012 5:46PM
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Means they didn't pay their bills or they didn't renew the site.

Harry

slainte
QLD, 2246 posts
9 Jun 2012 6:03PM
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Same Don, think the admins hit the delete button by mistake

waterworld
5 posts
9 Jun 2012 5:29PM
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Hi, I also am having the same problem with that website. Thought it was me!! Maybe I'd forgotten to log off or something. Need my "fix" of boat talk and can't get it!!!!

slainte
QLD, 2246 posts
9 Jun 2012 8:01PM
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Nah wouldn,t be you WW. You can actually talk sailing here. Lots of intelligent people around...............................................sometimes

waterworld
5 posts
10 Jun 2012 10:10AM
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Well someone give the head honchos a nudge!!!! Tell 'em we'll mutiny and jump ship to seabreeze. Like we've got any choice at the moment.

Oh well... keep scrubbing the decks, fixing them sails, and do a jig to the hornpipe while we wait for tsplace to come back online.... sighh....

waterworld
5 posts
10 Jun 2012 10:22AM
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well... seeing as I am here.....

I've just bought a ts and the halyards need replacing. The spinnaker halyard runs inside the mast. I was thinking of replacing this myself to save some money. Is this a tricky thing to do? I was thinking of attaching the new halyard to the old and pulling the line through the mast that way. I'm just new to boat ownership and never done this myself. Always had the privilege of going out on someone else's boat... now the bills stop with me!

Also, can I just use line bought from a hardware store, or does it need to be a "marine quality" or something similar?

Thanks.

slainte
QLD, 2246 posts
10 Jun 2012 4:57PM
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You hit it on the head WW , all my halyards are in mast. When I replaced them I stitched the new halyard to the old and pulled through, easy as. As for what to use, head down to Whitworths or Bias marine and have a chat.I used 6mil I think it was and does the job comfortably. Let us know how you go.

Donk107
TAS, 1664 posts
10 Jun 2012 8:15PM
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The website is back up again

Regards Don



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