Mainsail Measurement Form

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You can use this this online form to enter your measurements and submit them to FX Sails. To submit, click on the send button on the bottom of the page.The PDF file provides a great, single-page print version that you can take to your boat and reference while you measure.


Customer Name:


Boat Model:

Email Address:(required)


Phone Number:


 
Sailing Type: Inshore      Offshore      Racing

Base Measurements:
1) Luff Measurement: Attach a tape measure to the Main halyard and hoist the halyard to the desired location of the head of the sail (or the black band, if one exists). Do not hoist the halyard all the way to the sheave, but to the desired headboard position.

2) Leech Measurement: Leave the tape measure attached to the halyard and leave the halyard in the same position as for the luff measurement. Measure to the outhaul fitting or clew attachment (pin) on the boom. Be sure the boom is in its "normal sailing position" when measuring.

3) Foot Measurement: Measure from the back of the mast to clew attachment pin on the boom .

4) Backstay Position: With the boom in it's normal sailing position, measure from the back of the mast (at the boom attachment) to the backstay.

1. Enter Luff Measurement:
     Feet:     Inches:


2. Enter Leech Measurement:
     Feet:     Inches:


3. Enter Foot Measurement:
     Feet:     Inches:


4. Enter Backstay Measurement:
     Feet:     Inches:
 

Boom Details:
1) Measure from the back of the mast to the center of the tack pin.

2) Measure from the boom to the center of the tack pin.

3) Measure from the back of the mast to the center of the reef hook.

4) Measure from the top of the boom to the center of the reef hook.

5) Does your boom have an Outhaul Car? If so, measure from the top of the boom to the center of the clew pin in the outhaul car.

1. Enter Mast to Tack:
     Feet:     Inches:


2. Enter Boom to Tack:
     Feet:     Inches:


3. Enter Mast to Reef Hook:
     Feet:     Inches:


4. Enter Boom to Reef Hook:
     Feet:     Inches:


5. Enter Clew Pin to Outhaul:
     Feet:     Inches:
 

Mast & Boom Track Details:

Does your mast use:
Internal Flat Slide
Internal Round Slide
External Track
Bolt Rope

Measure the width of your mast luff slide (or bolt rope diameter) and enter here:
Mast Luff Slide (Inches):

Does your boom use:
Internal Flat Slide
Internal Round Slide
External Track
Bolt Rope
Loose Foot

Measure the width of your boom luff slide (or bolt rope diameter) and enter here:
Boom Luff Slide (Inches):


Sail Options

How many reefs would you like in your mainsail?
Reefs:

How many full battens would you like in your mainsail?
Full Battens:

Would you like a cunningham?:
Yes:        No:

Would you like an insignia on your sail?:
Yes:        No:

Do you want sail numbers on your sail? If so, enter them here.
Sail Number:

What color sail numbers (if any)?
Blue:        Black:        Red: Green:

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