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Definition of Outhaul

noun A rope used for hauling out a sail upon a spar; -- opposite of inhaul.

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Outhaul - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

An outhaul is a line which is part of the running rigging of a sailboat, used to extend a sail and control the shape of the curve of the foot of the sail. It runs from the ...

Harken Outhaul Systems

The outhaul controls and shapes the mainsail. Ease the outhaul to increase draft and power up the sail. Tighten the outhaul to flatten the sail and reduce drag ...

How to Use a Mainsail Outhaul - Using the Outhaul on a Sailboat

The outhaul on a sailboat, a mainsail control, is part of the boat's running rigging. The outhaul is used to adjust tension in the foot of the sail, which makes the sail ...

Outhaul - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster ...

Definition of outhaul from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary with audio pronunciations, thesaurus, Word of the Day, and word games.

8:1 Adjustable Outhaul

There are many different ways to rig an adjustable outhaul, and i've tried a few of them. If you have any comments, or if you think you have a better way, let me ...

Outhaul Rigging? - SailNet Community

Hi all, Does anyone have handy pictures of their outhaul systems? I have a general idea of how to rig mine, but don't quite think I've got it right.

outhaul - definition of outhaul by the Free Online Dictionary ...

A rope used to extend a sail along a spar or boom. outhaul [Л€aКЉtЛЊhЙ”Лђl]. n. ( Transport / Nautical Terms) Nautical a line or cable for tightening the foot of a sail ...

Boom Upgrade - Outhaul

Boom Upgrade - Outhaul. The stock boom on the Force 5 comes with a stainless wire for the outhaul that works okay, however over time it wears and frayed ...