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For simplicity, lets just edit this as a large single page article for now. We can add separate pages later. There are now example sub pages for individual boat numbers.
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Remember to end your edit with qty 4 of this symbol ~ as this inserts your user name as a signature. Neuperg 20:51, 23 May 2009 (UTC)
Dean: I backed out your additions to the development history, as I feel the transition from Ketterman production to Hobie production is not a significant development milestone - it's more a brand change, and there weren't any major design changes added in the transition. Production changes, like the redesign of of the BFC, rudder housing, etc., are documented elsewhere. Besides, the switch from KTF to CCMT hull numbers happened earlier - somewhere between #29 and #37 (inclusive). Until I track down those boats we won't know for sure.Jonathan 14:45, 13 June 2009 (UTC)
I think the transition form Ketterman to Hobie changed the chemistry of the resin in some components , so it was significant. Need confirmation from Dan K. as I don't yet have access to that old email. Also significant from the history point of view. For either reason, we should reinsert that transition.Neuperg 09:59, 16 April 2010 (UTC)
Let's not put any boat-specific modifications on the main page, as there may be different solutions to the same problem offered by other sailors. So Dean, I've bumped your "Little Stuff" additions down a level.